With the Year of the Dragon almost upon us, NUVO has rounded up the finest limited-edition Lunar New Year wines to gift or drink in celebration.
It’s not often that an established winery goes through a major rebrand, but Summerland, B.C.’s, Okanagan Crush Pad—now Haywire Winery—is no typical winery.
Now that vineyards are open to the public, and Okanagan Lake is finally warm, NUVO has rounded up five great winery restaurant experiences for visitors to enjoy between bottles of merlot.
The al fresco Terrace Restaurant overlooks the winery’s orchards of pinot noir and chardonnay.
Endless winery options and easygoing waterside vibes have long made Kelowna a go-to British Columbian getaway.
You may have heard of it: Canada’s desert, the South Okanagan, characterized by its sage-scrub and rattlesnakes and burgeoning status as one of the country’s most popular luxury playgrounds.
“You won’t believe you’re in Canada,” says food writer Jennifer Cockrall-King.
It seems the global weather system is getting weirder and less predictable. And on the contentious but important subject of global warming? The study of how wine will react to climate change is one small but telling piece of the larger story of how agriculture as a whole will endure.
At the base of Mission Hill Family Estate’s monumental bell tower is a cast-iron sculpture affixed to a rectangular block of granite. The sculpture is emblematic of the winery’s proprietor. Whether it’s ski jumping or empire building, with Anthony von Mandl, it’s all about how far you can fly.