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Must have BC Wine Passport!

The 2022 uncorkBC Wine Passport is jam-packed with incredible experiences across BC Wine Country, over $1,100 tasting value to be exact! Consider this booklet your first class ticket to over

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Rugged + Terroir Driven Similkameen

The Similkameen Valley is one of my favourite wine regions in BC with some amazing wineries focusing on the vineyards, soils and microclimates. There’s so much to do and see

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Privato Pumpkin Patch

Looking for something fun to do this fun in Kamloops? Be sure to visit the Privato pumpkin patch! It is a great time for the whole family, parents, and grandparents,

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Fall Festival this weekend in Oliver!

This weekend, the annual Fall Festival is returning to Canada’s Wine Capital, Oliver. The festival attracts more than 4,500 attendees annually who come to sample a variety of local and

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5 Reasons to get the BC Wine Passport

It’s time to start planning your trip to BC Wine Country this summer! To help, we’ve put together British Columbia’s first ever wine passport program, the uncorkBC Wine Passport, that

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The BC Wine Passport

It’s time to start planning your wine tour across British Columbia to explore new wineries, participate in tastings and gain lasting memories in wine country! We proudly launched the only

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Monte Creek Winery Unveils New Look

 Monte Creek Winery in the Thompson Valley is undergoing big changes – a refinement to the name and packaging, and investments in winery infrastructure, all to better reflect the team’s

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THE PERFECT SUMMER ROSÉ HAS ARRIVED

Mission Hill’s 2020 Border Vista Rosé is derived from a small vineyard estate on the eastern side of Osoyoos. This delightfully dry Rosé consist of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Syrah.

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