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One vine, one bottle, one blend at a time.
Labelled “Canada’s Provence” by the late, distinguished foodie, James Barber, our special corner of the world is a fertile trifecta of warm growing conditions, rich soil, and abundant rolling hills.
Factor in the passionate vision of the Turyk family, Cowichan’s celebrated food and wine culture, and good old-fashioned hard work, and Unsworth Vineyards has quite a story to tell.
2915 Cameron Taggart Rd #1 Mill Bay, BC V0R 2P2
Unique, small-lot, and terroir-driven are terms best used to describe our wines. Our focus is showcasing hand-crafted wine made exclusively from Naramata grown grapes. Hillside wines display unique and compelling characteristics allowing wine drinkers the opportunity to share in the discovery and development of the Naramata Bench as a collection of serious terroirs.
Veteran winemaker, Kathy Malone, brings out the best in Hillside wines with a gentle touch and minimal intervention. Simple. Elegant.
Our charming courtyard and modern farmhouse tasting room offer a friendly and casual setting to explore and taste our award-winning wines.
Hillside Winery and Bistro
1350 Naramata Road
Canada V2A 8T6
Moon Curser Vineyards is a boutique, family-owned winery on the East Bench of Osoyoos, BC, a South Okanagan border town known for its hot summers, lakeside fun and vineyards. Moon Curser has been in operation since 2004, when Chris and Beata Tolley purchased an old orchard in need of replanting, and set about converting it into what is now the Moon Curser Home Vineyard block, winery and tasting room.
The Moon Curser name pays tribute to the gold smuggling history of Osoyoos. The Moon Curser wines, however, break from tradition – the winery’s focus has always been on making premium wines from old-world grape varieties not previously planted in the Okanagan such as Tannat, Dolcetto and Touriga Nacional. These varieties have not historically been a part of the South Okanagan viticulture, but thrive in the distinctive terroir of the Osoyoos East Bench and continue to deliver unique, world class interpretations of these wines.
Moon Curser Vineyards
3628 Highway 3 East, Osoyoos, BC, V0H 1V6, Canada
Coyotes has sponsored Mulligan Stew for over 20 years!
We search out the best producers dedicated to the best sustainable practices. We buy these ingredients at the fair asking price, acknowledging the cost and commitment involved. We honour the connection to these farms by identifying the provenance of our ingredients on our menu. We know that this has helped further develop awareness and demand in the market place, thereby helping small local farms be viable.
Today, guided by our culinary philosophy, we buy direct from a network of over 60 producers. We also grow an edible garden at the restaurant, producing many herbs, berries and edible flowers during our short growing season.
A celebration of Canadian regional cuisine.
Our culinary philosophy is deeply rooted in sustainability. Decision-making around all aspects of operations is governed by a commitment to championing local food economies.
We connect directly with growers and producers at their farms, gardens and ranches, and carefully choose those purveyors who are responsible stewards of the land.
Situated about 35 minutes southwest of downtown Calgary in a historic hamlet, called Turner Valley, discover Eau Claire Distillery. The new distillery is housed in the circa-1929 Turner Valley Movie Theatre and Dance Hall that in early days served as town hall, political rally centre, dance hall and community gathering spot.
Located In a place of storied history our distillery can talk to Turner Valley’s checkered and illustrious past. To the east was a famous house of ‘ill repute’; to the west a general store. In the hills, an aptly named landmark feature called Whiskey Ridge hid moonshine stills. On the north end of town was the notorious street called Whiskey Row.
Eau Claire Distillery Ltd.
Telephone: 403 933 5408
113 Sunset Boulevard SW
Turner Valley, Alberta,
Canada T0L 2A0