The Okanagan Fall Wine Festival is reimagining itself, moving to a post-crush time-slot and offering elevated experiences throughout the Okanagan Valley from Oct. 27 through Nov. 5.
Winemakers and growers will be preparing to barrel-down the fruit of the 2023 harvest and be more prepared to share in the festivities.
The family says, “Bring your appetite and a thirst for discovery. Dynamic Chef Liam will be on-site with his très délicieux Law of Attraction food truck. Liam shares our love of fusion cuisine, and you never know what fun, fresh, multiculturally influenced dishes he’ll be serving up.”
The family will also launch a wine Dylan calls “our best Pinot Noir ever.” Len’s Cuvée 2020 is a special Pinot honouring Len and Marion Kozier, who planted the vineyard that has become the foundation of many Roche wines.
The menu for the open house features several fabulous Roche wines from Kozier vineyard, but if you can’t make the celebrations, you can order all the labels from the website.
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British Columbia's oldest and most prestigious wine judging competition that recognizes excellence in winemaking for all British Columbia wineries.
The Okanagan Wine Festival Society is made up of a number of Okanagan wineries and tourism related businesses. Every member is recognized as an outstanding service or product supplier in their related industry.
We’re proud to produce 3 seasonal festivals with over 100 events annually and an annual wine competition in the Okanagan Valley – one of the world’s most renowned wine regions.