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VANCOUVER MAGAZINE AWARDS 2014
Yuppers - we are doing the elephant dance again!
For the fifth year running Elephant Island Winery has made the "100 Best Buys" list ... including international wines: 2013 Framboise. For full results, go to www.vanmag.com. Swweeet!
Georgia Straight features the Naramata Bench! Have fun reading and following up in person this year - see you for a tasting.
The Tasting Barn is open daily beginning April 1st from 12 to 5 pm - even on the Easter Weekend!
Come and taste our newly released vintages and give winter the boot.
Beginning May 1st we assume regular hours and are open 10:30-6:00 daily.
The Tasting Barn at Elephant Island will be open with tasty treats and Christmas spirit on tap.
Coinciding with the Naramata Heritage Inn Artisan Faire, Naramata Bench wineries will throw open their doors and pay all your wine investments on December 1st forward. 10% of all sales (including internet) on December 1st will be donated to Penticton & District Community Resources Society, and in particular the Family Assistance Fund. This fund helps local families in need with what are quite often very basic and humble requests during the holidays.
Pop by and get the Christmas love started.
$10,645.03 was donated this week from the sales of the 2009 Vintage The Little King Sparkling Wine to the BC Children's Hospital. This brings the total amount raised from the sale of the Little King since 2002, to in excess of $70,000.
The funds from the 2009 vintage will go specifically to fund the OutPEAK Progam at BC Children's Hospital. OutPEAK provides pediatric nurses throughout all parts of BC with access to new knowledge and skills, which in turn means better care for kids in all corners of BC.
An elephant-sized hug to all those that love and support The Little King.
"Today, some of B.C.’s best wineries and vineyards are finally giving visitors something to raise their glass about. They’re not only serving up a tasty glass or two, but an unforgettable experience that is as unique as the land its grown upon". For the whole article including check out the Calgary Herald
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