The GOODS from JoieFarm
Vancouver, BC | JoieFarm is excited to announce that in early October our Tasting Room and Farmhouse were demolished to make way for our new facility to rise in early 2017.
After opening our doors, once again, to the public in 2015, we were overwhelmed with community support for our farmhouse tasting room. Our mission was simple: to create the most authentic wine tasting experience for guests not only seeking to try our wines, but to see where Joie wines are grown and made, and experience the culture of how we would like to present them.
Once again, the farmhouse will undergo reconstruction. This marks a unique opportunity to re-state the purpose and goal that JoieFarm has set out to pursue.
Our new facility (renderings above) will include:
– Optimized views of Lake Okanagan from our grassy Picnique lawn while preserving the charm of lounging beneath the same heritage orchard trees;
– A larger tasting bar allowing greater movement and flow for guests and the Joie team;
– More spaces for visitors to enjoy Joie including an outdoor bar and private tasting room;
– An optimized outdoor kitchen for our Picnique team to run our wood-fired oven;
– Fully wheelchair accessible hospitality facility; and
– Customized office space for JoieFarm Headquarters.
To stay up-to-date, we have designated a portion of our homepage to rebuild updates. Please visit www.joiefarm.com to keep an eye on developments.
Thank you for your ongoing support, we look forward to welcoming you to our Modern Farmhouse in Spring 2017!
Noelle Starzynski | General Manager
Heidi Noble | Winemaker & Owner
JoieFarm is owned and operated by Heidi Noble and is located on their farm on the beautiful Naramata Bench in the Okanagan Valley in the interior of British Columbia. JoieFarm is interested exclusively in the grape varieties of Alsace, Burgundy and Champagne which excel in the cool-climate, desert landscape of the Okanagan and Similkameen Valleys. We are particularly interested in making these wines because not only are they wines that we love and enjoy drinking, but we feel these varieties thrive and are relevant in our area. As young winemakers at the forefront of a new wine region, we are interested in exploring the potential and synergy between these aromatic varietals and their role in distinguishing the culinary West Coast of Canada as an emerging and unified cuisine.