Advertisement

Select Page

Tag: Naramata

Premium Okanagan Vintages: All-Season Pours

Think tours that tipple are solely for summer? Not so at these Okanagan Valley wineries open year-round for wine tastings. Take your pick or start your journey north to south, and take them all in.   Quails' Gate Quails' Gate keeps it in the family — the Stewart family, that is. In 1956, it was Richard Stewart that recognized the potential of the Kelowna-area landscape; ingenious intuition that has paid off with winning reds and whites. Take in the changing seasons and explore the grounds, making sure to peek in Allison House, the first settlement house built in 1873,...

Read More

Naramata Bench Tailgate Party

Wineries of the Naramata Bench Wineries Association are circling their trucks and dropping their tailgates once again on September 7 for the Okanagan's wine party of the season.  The event will take place in the heart of Naramata Village at Manitou Beach and Park from 6:30 to 9 p.m. It's "Fish 'n' Sips" for this year's festivities as the Naramata Picnic on the Beach that will showcase 24 wineries pouring a worthy selection of summer and fall wine releases. Chefs from Naramata Bench restaurants will create a fabulous menu of gourmet offerings featuring a wide selection of Ocean Wise...

Read More

Community Roundup

  Okanagan communities fall into three loosely defined geographic regions. The Central Okanagan has emerged as the commercial and transportation hub. Kelowna has a sophisticated urban appeal while Peachland, Lake Country and West Kelowna retain more of a small-town feel. Extending into the rolling farmlands beyond Vernon at the head of Okanagan Lake, the North Okanagan is different from its southern neighbours. Life reflects the region’s cattle ranching and agricultural foundations. The South Okanagan is unique in Canada with rare eosystems and a relaxed lifestyle. Communities include Summerland, Naramata, Penticton, Oliver and Osoyoos. Beyond the Valley to the north,...

Read More

Heidi Noble: JoieFarm

Stirring the pot comes naturally to Heidi Noble. A graduate of the Stratford Chef School, her career included stints at some of Canada’s top restaurants. Looking for a change, Heidi moved out of the kitchen in 2000 and enrolled in a sommelier program…

Read More

30,000 giveaway for small business okanagan

Current Issue

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events.

TWITTER

Error: Please enter a valid email address

Error: Invalid email

Error: Please enter your first name

Error: Please enter your last name

Error: Please enter a username

Error: Please enter a password

Error: Please confirm your password

Error: Password and password confirmation do not match