OCP unveils new label
Okanagan Edge Staff - Jul 25 - Biz Releases

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Summerland’s Okanagan Crush Pad has introduced a new label to coincide with its cellar’s recent organic certification.

Free Form is the name of the new label, and it will offer five wines: an ancient method sparkling wine, a skin-contact

white, a Vin Gris, a Pinot Noir and a Cabernet Franc. Current releases are the Free Form Ancient Method 2017 and Free Form Vin Gris 2017, with the three other wines scheduled to hit the market this fall.

Okanagan Crush Pad recently achieved certification under the Pacific Agricultural Certification Society, making it one of only a handful of B.C. wineries to do so. Its winery cellar received organic certification in May 2018.

“After achieving our organic vineyard certifications, certifying our cellar was the next step in our pursuit,” chief winemaker Matt Dumayne said in a press release. “The winery cellar organic certification means that we can now officially label our wines organic.”


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