Adult Easter egg hunt in the vineyard

Okanagan Falls based winery hosting special event

The Easter Bunny is planning a visit to Liquidity Wines, and vino fans are invited to search the 30-acre vineyard for a wealth of goodies hidden by the mischievous critter.

On Saturday, March 31, Liquidity Wines in Okanagan Falls will host its fourth annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt, where age-appropriate visitors may forage through the vines to claim sweet treats, gifts and other surprises and delights. But the festivities don’t stop there: wine tastings and an Easter brunch will be offered as well.

The hunt begins at noon and runs until 3 p.m. Participation is free, and no tickets are required; simply arrive anytime within the event hours to obtain a map and learn the rules.

Guests are invited to join post-event festivities at Liquidity Bistro, which will host a seasonal Easter brunch featuring sustainable ingredients sourced locally. Reservations are highly recommended by the organizers for the Easter brunch.

Throughout the day, guests will have the opportunity to sample wines, crafted by winemaker Alison Moyes and her team, each of which express the personality of the vineyard while capturing the variation of the season and varietal.

During Easter weekend, Liquidity Bistro will be open Monday to Friday (noon to 8 p.m.) and Saturday and Sunday (11 a.m. to 8 p.m.). The tasting room will welcome guests Monday to Friday (noon to 5 p.m.) and Saturday and Sunday (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.).

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