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Get your tickets to the 7th annual Vertical & Vintages Wine Weekend

Hosted at the Apex Mountain Resort in partnership with the Naramata Bench Wineries Association

The seventh annual Vertical & Vintages Wine Weekend is returning to Apex Mountain Resort on March 9.

Presented in partnership with the Naramata Bench Wineries Association, the event will feature an evening of wine tasting at the Gunbarrel Saloon from 7 to 9 p.m. Attendees will have the opportunity to taste award-winning wines from 18 local wineries apart of the association, after they spend the day playing in some of the Okanagan’s freshest ‘champagne’ powder.

To pair with the wines, the Gunbarrel Saloon will be serving delicious tapas and specialty creations from its gourmet kitchen. To finish out the night, guests will be treated to an after-party with live music and dancing to Naramata’s favourite party band UnCorked.

Wineries that will be featured at the event are: Bench 1775 Winery, Black Widow Winery, Da Silva Vineyards, D’Angelo Estate Winery, Deep Roots Winery, Hillside Winery, Kettle Valley Winer, La Frenz Winery, Lake Breeze Vineyards, MOCOJO Winery & Vineyard, Monster Vineyards, Poplar Grove Winery, Red Rooster Winery, Roche Wines, Serendipity Winery, Singletree Winery, Terravista Vineyards and Tightrope Winery.

When you purchase a ticket to Vertical & Vintages Wine Weekend, you qualify for a 25 per cent discount off Full Day Adult Life Tickets valid March 10 and 11. The event ticket must be shown at the lift-ticket window to receive the discount.

Ticekts are $55 + fees for the Vertical & Vintages Wine Weekend and entrance to the after-party. Tickets can be purchased at www.tinyurl.com/NBWAVertandVin and for more information at the event call 250-292-8222.

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