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The 2014 Black Hills Nota Bene is a stunner; plus wine reviews for B.C.’s Tinhorn Creek, JoieFarm, Singletree and Blue Grouse

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The first vintage of Black Hills Nota Bene, now a benchmark Okanagan red, was in 1999. It was produced and sold out of a Quonset Hut on Black Sage Road with the first bottle purchased in 2001. Continue reading

B.C. wine country finds its mojo: A complete package of wine, food, beer and endless beauty

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KELOWNA, B.C. — It’s hard to pinpoint, but somewhere along the line, a funny thing happened that changed the entire collective soul of wine country in British Columbia. It was as if an open casting call went out for all the supporting roles needed to connect the dots between the 145 146 147 licenced wineries that now vie for attention in the Okanagan and Similkameen valleys. Continue reading

B.C. wines in review: JoieFarm, Tinhorn Creek, Monte Creek Ranch and Township 7

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JoieFarm officially opened up its Naramata farm to the public for the first time in 10 years this past spring. Continue reading

Lunch with a legend: Donald Triggs living large on B.C.’s Golden Mile Bench (reviews for Culmina and Tinhorn Creek)

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When Canadian wine legend Donald Triggs sends an invite for lunch you simply say what time and rearrange whatever else you have going on that day and show up with bells on. Continue reading

Star Niagara winemaker takes over at Township 7 in B.C., plus new releases for JoieFarm, Tinhorn and Haywire

township-7-naramata-bench-1What is Niagara’s loss is B.C.’s gain with the arrival this fall of winemaker Mary McDermott to the Township 7 winery. Continue reading

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