BC Wine

Matt Maclaren serves up a cheese and wine pairing at Grate Cheesery. (Jen Zielinski - Black Press Media)

Great ‘Grate’ cheese comes to Kelowna

New cheesery opens in South Pandosy corridor

 

Okanagan Crush Pad in Summerland is offering a crowdfunding investment opportunity through FrontFundr. (Okanagan Crush Pad image)

Summerland winery launches crowdfunding opportunity

Okanagan Crush Pad working with FrontFundr on ownership project

 

Head chef Adam Shannon and general manager Kelsey Matheson of Vernon Cactus Club.

Third in the Okanagan, 30th in Canada: Cactus Club opens in Vernon this fall

The company is looking to hire almost 200 staff

 

West Kelowna wine country, pictured in October 2020. (Phil McLachlan - West K News)

B.C. wine industry still recovering, looking to return to pre-pandemic boom

The wine industry contributed $3.75 billion to the province economy in 2019

West Kelowna wine country, pictured in October 2020. (Phil McLachlan - West K News)
Blasted Church Winery in Okanagan Falls is hosting a 7 Deadly Sins Party Saturday, Aug. 20 to celebrate 20 years. (Monique Tamminga Western News)

Blasted Church Winery puts on devilish bash to celebrate 20th birthday

Okanagan Falls vineyard hosts 7 Deadly Sins theme party Saturday, Aug. 20

Blasted Church Winery in Okanagan Falls is hosting a 7 Deadly Sins Party Saturday, Aug. 20 to celebrate 20 years. (Monique Tamminga Western News)
Len Filek, general manager of Summerland Sweets, says the Summerland business will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a pancake breakfast on June 25. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

60 years of Summerland Sweets to celebrate

Pancake breakfast will be held on Saturday, June 25

Len Filek, general manager of Summerland Sweets, says the Summerland business will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a pancake breakfast on June 25. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)
Nostalgia Wines in Oliver is bringing back their popular Show, Shine ‘n’ Wine event Sunday, June 12 with proceeds going to a local cyclist riding in the BC Cancer Foundation’s Tour de Cure and for Wide Arts National Association.

Popular Show, Shine ’n’ Wine returns to Oliver’s Nostalgia Wines Sunday, June 12

Live music, 60 classic cars, wine, food trucks with proceeds to local rider in Tour de Cure

Nostalgia Wines in Oliver is bringing back their popular Show, Shine ‘n’ Wine event Sunday, June 12 with proceeds going to a local cyclist riding in the BC Cancer Foundation’s Tour de Cure and for Wide Arts National Association.
West Kelowna grape vines (Phil McLachlan - West K News)

Okanagan Valley: the best-known wine region in B.C.

The first vines were planted in B.C. in the 1800s, in the Okanagan

West Kelowna grape vines (Phil McLachlan - West K News)
After a two-year absence, Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive will hold the fifth annual Grand Sommelier Express aboard the Kettle Valley Steam Railway. (Summerland Review file photo)

Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive to host Grand Sommelier Express

Fifth Annual railway and wine event scheduled for June 11

After a two-year absence, Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive will hold the fifth annual Grand Sommelier Express aboard the Kettle Valley Steam Railway. (Summerland Review file photo)
Blue Mountain

South Okanagan winery’s 2021 vintage ruined by wildfire smoke

Smoke contamination caused Blue Mountain Vineyards and Cellars not to bottle last year’s wines

Blue Mountain
Darryl Brooker has been named chief executive officer of Okanagan Crush Pad winery in Summerland. (Contributed)

Summerland winery appoints chief executive officer

Darryl Brooker will assume newly created role at Okanagan Crush Pad

Darryl Brooker has been named chief executive officer of Okanagan Crush Pad winery in Summerland. (Contributed)
Grizzli Winery is hosting three Valentine’s Day events over four days. (Contributed)

Grizzli Winery in West Kelowna to host a trio of Valentine’s Day events

There will be three events over four days running from Feb. 11-14

Grizzli Winery is hosting three Valentine’s Day events over four days. (Contributed)
Dine Around kicks off Jan. 19. (@bearfishrootberry/ Instagram)

Sip, Savour and Stay with Dine Around Okanagan

The event kicks off Jan. 19 and runs until Feb. 10

Dine Around kicks off Jan. 19. (@bearfishrootberry/ Instagram)
Aura Rose and her husband, Wouter van der Hall. (House of Rose)

Kelowna’s House of Rose Winery closing down

The last day the winery will be open is Sunday, Dec. 12

Aura Rose and her husband, Wouter van der Hall. (House of Rose)
Photos for Battle of the Wines were take by Jeremy Spruston.

Battle of the Wines closes out the competition across the Okanagan

Battle of the Wines has recently completed their annual series of ‘battles’

Photos for Battle of the Wines were take by Jeremy Spruston.
Back Door Winery in Summerland is holding Happy Hello Wine, a special Halloween-themed tasting, until Oct. 31. (Contributed)

Summerland winery donates Halloween wine tasting sales to BGC Okanagan

Happy Hello Wine held at Backdoor Winery until Oct. 31

Back Door Winery in Summerland is holding Happy Hello Wine, a special Halloween-themed tasting, until Oct. 31. (Contributed)
Chef Scott Geiring_Photograph by Lia Crowe

Good Taste with Chef de cuisine Scott Geiring

Food and wine at O’Rourke’s Peak Cellars

  • Sep 24, 2021
Chef Scott Geiring_Photograph by Lia Crowe
(Twila Amato/Black Press Media)

VIDEO: Harvest a mixed bag for Okanagan fruit growers this year

The heatwave has damaged some crops, while it has been welcome for others

(Twila Amato/Black Press Media)
Trainer Karly Estey has her COVID-19 QR code scanned by Jonathan Gagne, manager of Orangetheory Fitness in Montreal, Wednesday, September 1, 2021, as the Quebec government’s COVID-19 vaccine passport comes into effect. . (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes)

Majority of businesses in Penticton and Wine Country support vaccine passports, poll

96 businesses took part in the poll with a nearly three-fourths majority supporting the new passports, which come into effect on Monday

Trainer Karly Estey has her COVID-19 QR code scanned by Jonathan Gagne, manager of Orangetheory Fitness in Montreal, Wednesday, September 1, 2021, as the Quebec government’s COVID-19 vaccine passport comes into effect. . (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes)
The proposed winery’s 19.5-metre observation tower is 10 metres taller than the city typically allows for alcohol production facilities. (Azhadi Vineyards/Contributed)

Iranian-styled winery proposed in Kelowna

Azhadi Vineyards is seeking a height variance for a 19.5-metre observation tower

The proposed winery’s 19.5-metre observation tower is 10 metres taller than the city typically allows for alcohol production facilities. (Azhadi Vineyards/Contributed)