Partners

We’re fortunate to work with some amazing local partners that bring many delicious and unique elements to our wine shop and restaurant. 

Lake Village Bakery (Osoyoos)

Lake Village Bakery is a traditional artisan sourdough bakery, with a focus on naturally-made healthy foods. They bake with local, organic, and spray-free fruit and vegetables in season. Owned and operated by our daughter Meagan and her husband Ian, we are proud to showcase their exceptional products and support their family business.

What the Fungus (Summerland)

A Summerland run business that offers a sought after variety of gourmet mushrooms to the culinary industry and farmers markets through the Okanagan.

Hiveology (Kelowna)

Hiveology is a sustainable apiculture company located in the Okanagan Valley. They use organic treatment and practice cruilty free beekeeping methods.

We have known the Valoroso family for over twenty years, and have always appreciated their passion for food and the finest ingredients from around the world. They are an amazing hard working family, with a dedication to providing their customers with products they believe in and products that they love.

Rama Vegetable Farm (Oliver)

A family run local farm, growing the best of Okanagan fruit and vegetables.

The Cannery Brewing (Penticton)

A signature micro brewery of the South Okanagan, featuring individually crafted fine ales and lagers of unmistakable complexity and balance. This flavour is the result of wonderful combinations of premium quality malted grains and carefully chosen pacific northwest hops.

Twisted Hills Cidery (Cawston)

Using only estate grown organic fruit, this fifth generation family run orchard was the first stand alone cidery in the Similkameen Valley. There motto is “We believe that the quality of cider will never surpass the quality of fruit used to make it”.

Dubh Glas Distillery (Gallagher Lake)

Dubh Glas in Gaelic means “from the dark water” and is reflective of the source spring water filtered through the Okanagan terroir, free of pollutants and surface contamination. It is also reflective of Grant Stevely, the artisan distiller, who has shared the name in his family for generations.