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Judging by the aromas in the air and the wines on your palate, you would imagine the Okanagan’s Black Sage Road leads directly to the south of France.
Sage, of course. Rosemary. Lavender. Sun-baked stone. A hint of pine. And is that wild rose?
BC beaches range from rocky and remote to white-sand balmy to inland lakes perfect for water-skiing.
Planning a wine tour of the Okanagan Valley this summer? You’ll need to keep your strength up for all that swirling, sniffing and sipping.
While many of the Okanagan Valley’s wineries have eateries, here are a few alternate delicious stops.
Fall into Okanagan Wine Country. Watermark’s Sparkling Thanksgiving Brunch is featured.
Okanagan Sockeye Salmon is naturally delicious. Read about how a community came together to save the fish. Plus, enjoy Chef Adair’s recipe for grilling and make a create an Okanagan dinner featuring the local fish.