Watermark Beach Resort Welcomes Ron Rocher


Ron Rocher’s Story

We are pleased to welcome Ron Rocher to the Watermark team as our talented sommelier and wine educator.

Ron’s interest in the wine industry propelled him to achieve his sommelier diploma through the International Sommelier Guild, and to attend over 200 wine tastings, seminars, private dinners and additional educational courses.

When Ron founded Vine to Wine in 2008 in Vancouver, BC, he combined his passion for wine, entrepreneurial background, and love of working with people into a successful business.

What started as a private wine brokerage quickly grew to more than 50 BC-based clients and a highly-respected position in the wine industry. Ron began organizing and leading wine tastings for groups of 5-50 people, teaching all levels of wine knowledge and the fundamentals of food pairing.

Ron feels wine should be approachable for everyone. His true passion for the small boutique wineries and their philosophies on wine making has reinforced his desire to represent and sell their wines.

Ron has assisted Watermark Beach Resort in sourcing, educating, and creating an immersive Okanagan experience, profiling our incredible local winemakers and the wines they produce.

Enjoy!

It doesn’t get better than this.

About Watermark Beach Resort

A stunning drive just five hours from Vancouver and Seattle, and a short two-hour drive from Kelowna International Airport, or 45 minutes from Penticton regional airport; Osoyoos, Canada’s only desert, boasts the driest climate with the lowest rainfall and highest temperatures in the country. Escape to Watermark Beach Resort in Osoyoos and discover all the region has to offer, from world-class wineries to breath-taking five championship golf courses. Watermark Beach Resort defines luxury in the South Okanagan, featuring extraordinary suites with gourmet kitchens, an award-winning Wine & Tapas Bar, swimming pool, hot tubs, waterslide, steam rooms, on-site spa and yoga/pilates studio and more. All nestled against the shores of Canada’s warmest lake.