Summerland wines win awards

The 2017 Okanagan Spring Wine Festival was held earlier this month

Wines from Summerland received accolades at the 2017 Okanagan Spring Wine Festival earlier this month.

Silkscarf received silver for their 2015 Malbec and a silver for their Shiraz/Viognier blend.

Sumac Ridge got a gold medal for the Black Sage Cabernet Franc and silver for the Black Sage Zinfandel.

Thornhaven won the gold for Best Pinot Meunier, silver for Syrah, gold for Best White Blend (Brooklyn’s Blend), silver for the Tortured Grape blend and silver for the 2016 Infusion Sparkling Wine.

The Okanagan Spring Wine Festival was held May 4 to 14, with special events at many of the wineries.

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