Archives for Osoyoos Wineries

New Year, New Experiences

It’s a new year, and the possibilities are wide open. (Coincidentally, so is the sky down here in Canada’s beautiful desert!) Looking for ways to fill your upcoming calendar with excitement? Here at Watermark Beach Resort, we always look forward to a new year full of activity, flavour and adventure. Get inspired! Check out Watermark’s 2019 South Okanagan Bucket List: THINGS TO DO Two-Wheeled Wine Tour – The South Okanagan is renowned for its world-class wines. Sign up for a cycling tour that will take you to some of the region’s most impressive award-winning wineries, or try a self-guided tour Continue Reading

Devour! Wine Seminars & Tours: Learn to Wine Like a Pro

Want to look like an expert at your next cocktail party? Learn how to “speak” wine and cider at our Devour! wine and cider education seminars on Saturday, June 16th. Join the winemakers and cidermakers from the Similkameen Independent Winegrowers association for informative and fun discussions about growing, making, and –most importantly– drinking our amazing BC wines and ciders. Devour! Wine Education Seminars: BEST VARIETALS OF THE SIMILKAMEEN VALLEY Which varietals love the Similkameen the most? Find out at this seminar, featuring: Charlie Baessler, Corcelettes Estate Winery Howard Soon, Vanessa Vineyard Tim Cottrill, Robin Ridge Winery George Hanson, Seven Stones Continue Reading

Similkameen Winery in the International Spotlight

At Watermark, we know how fortunate we are to be in such a magnificent part of the world.   BC’s Interior is a veritable Garden of Eden! Stunning landscapes, sustainably-grown and abundant produce, and, of course, world-class wines are part of our everyday, around here. We’re lucky to be in the heart of it all, and we’re excited to have the opportunity to showcase our talented neighbours, too!   We’ve just learned that our friends at Clos du Soleil Winery have been making waves around the world with their delicious wines. At the recent Decanter World Wine Awards (considered “the Continue Reading