Here’s what I know…
The Similkameen is that spectacular valley in and around Keremeos and Cawston in Southern BC.
Many MANY wine fans drive right through on their way to Osoyoos and the rest of the Okanagan.
Albertans also do the same heading for the Coast.
The Point I’m trying to make is ..the wines out of this valley are some of the best anywhere in Canada.
The next time you’re driving through Manning Park and then the Similkameen, take a half day and check out the wineries, cideries and fruit crafters below.
How good is the region?
There are a lot of BC wineries that would LOVE to get their hands on the fruit from the Similkameen. It’s that good.
Seven Stones www.sevenstones.ca
Corcelettes Estate www.corceletteswine.ca
Eau Vivre eauvivrewinery.ca
Hugging Tree https://www.facebook.com/huggingtreewinery
Clos Du Soleil https://www.closdusoleil.ca
Robin Ridge www.robinridgewinery.com
Twisted Hills Craft Cider www.twistedhills.ca
Forbidden Fruit forbiddenfruitwines.com
Kurtis Kolt – organizer www.kurtiskolt.com
….and an update on July 11th BBQ King weekend
STORIES WE’RE WORKING ON:
Garagiste – The Small Guys Wine Festival
8 wineries all making under 2000 cases and changing the wine landscape.
Texas BBQ in Parksville
Salmon Fishing at King Pacific Lodge
Wines paired with Music at Interstellar Rodeo
Ocean wise gathering at The River Cafe in Calgary