Okanagan Falls wineries host holiday open house

The Okanagan Falls Winery Association are celebrating the winter season with the fourth annual Holiday Cheer Open House.

The Okanagan Falls Winery Association are celebrating the winter season with the fourth annual Holiday Cheer Open House.

Visit the association’s 12 wineries on Nov. 28 and Nov. 29 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the winery tasting rooms. Organizers said there will be something for everyone at this cozy, festive event including gift ideas, food pairings and samples.

During the open house the OFWA wineries will be collecting non-perishable goods to donate to local charity Helping Hand’s Christmas Food Hampers.

Join us amidst our decorated wine shops and vineyards while sampling wines and enjoying delicious holiday treats and exclusive features from each winery.

Winery features:

Blasted Church — mulled wine, nibbles and holiday decor.

Blue Mountain Vineyard — reserve a spot for a unique sparkling wine tour. Visit between 2 and 5 p.m. to enjoy wines, small bites and live festive music.

Kraze Legz Winery — pouring limited release Skaha Vineyard 2013 Rogue with holiday nibblers.

Liquidity Wines — complimentary tastings and nibbles from the bistro.

Meyer Family Vineyards — complimentary tastings, holiday nibbles and exclusive winery specials.

Noble Ridge — flight of five wines, each paired and sampled with Janice Beaton cheeses.

Painted Rock Estate Winery — wines paired with festive holiday canapes.

Pentage — wine tastings and in-store surprises.

Topshelf WInery — mulled wine with fruit cake and special Christmas packages.

See Ya Later Ranch — Brut paired with popcorn and Ping Meritage paired with chocolate.

Stag’s Hollow — All wines on special for the two days.

Wild Goose — assortment of Christmas baking, free tastings of dessert wines and 2014 Black Brant which will be released in the Spring.

Sign up for the OFWA newsletter at any of the 12 participating wineries for a chance to win a wine tour for two in Okanagan Falls complimentary of Top Cat Tours. For more information on participating wineries visit www.ofwa.ca.

 

 

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