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A Wine Lover's Best Gift - An Okanagan Wine Country Tour!
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Okanagan Wine Country
Imagine: No maps. No traffic worries. Just you, your friends and your peace of mind, with your only responsibility to escape with the grapes of Okangan Wine Country. We invite you to uncork your day and discover wine tours in this beautiful region with its impressive wines. Our gracious and distinctly unique wine country hospitality will provide hours of relaxed indulgence where every winery welcomes you as our special guest.
“In water one see’s one’s own face; But in wine one beholds the heart of another.” ~French Proverb
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What a perfect way to spend your time in the Okanagan. Our guid picked us up in the morning and took us to seven different wineries on the Naramata Bench. My wife and I learned a lot and tasted almost 50 different wines. We also stopped for a delicious lunch with bread, cheese and a Margarita pizza.
Out guide was a very knowledgeable and help us to plan the rest our stay in the Okanagan. To top it all off our guide went out of her way to bring me my keys after I accidentally left them in the car.
I would recommend this tour to anyone looking for a comfortable care free day enjoying wine and the breathtaking views.Kelly James, Airdrie, Alberta Review from TripAdvisor
Where did the tradition of clinking wine glasses come from?
It is a tradition from the Middle Ages when the original intention was to produce a sound like a church bell to banish the devil.
From: Tom Harpur, Spirituality of Wine