GOODS | The Similkameen’s “Orofino” Gets Ranked In Top 20 At National Wine Awards

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Orofino is located at 2152 Barcelo Road in beautiful Cawston, BC | 250-499-0068 | www.orofinovineyards.com

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Cawston, BC | The WineAlign 2014 National Wine Awards of Canada results were just announced and the Similkameen Valley’s Orofino Winery ranked 18th amongst all of the wineries who competed from across the country. The 2014 edition of The Nationals were the biggest yet with over 1300 wines submitted. “It is a big honour to be recognized at such a high level against the best wines from the best wineries in the country,” says owner/winemaker John Weber. “Our little team here at Orofino works hard to make wines that show off the terrific vineyards in this unique appellation of the Similkameen Valley. It is all about the grapes grown in our neighbourhood.”

Orofino grabbed one of the coveted Platinum Medals for their 2013 Celentano Vineyard Gamay. Only 14 Platinum Medals were handed out to the top 1% of wines in the competition. In addition to the Platinum Medal, the Gamay received the 4th highest score of all BC wines entered in the competition. Head judge and Vancouver wine critic Anthony Gismondi stated “If you want to know why the Similkameen Valley is special, buy this wine.”

Orofino also received a Gold Medal for their 2013 Old Vines Home Vineyard Riesling and a Silver for their 2013 Scout Vineyard Riesling. “Riesling is a focus here at Orofino, so it is so great to win medals for those,” says co-owner Virginia Weber. “People know to come here for great Riesling.” The 2011 Passion Pit Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon and the 2011 Scout Vineyard Syrah also won medals, bringing home a Bronze Medal for both. All of these wines were grown in Cawston Vineyards.

Orofino Winery is situated on a mature six acre vineyard on the Cawston Bench in the Similkameen Valley. The focus is on making single vineyard wines that show off the special places where they were grown. The eco-friendly winery was built using a straw bale construction method that used 890 bales to make up the walls. A solar power project was completed in 2012 and the wineshop and some of the production facility is run by solar power. Read more

MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE | Sipping Summer In Orofino’s “Celentano Vineyard” Gamay 2013

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by Treve Ring | From the stony, steep sided Similkameen Valley comes this single vineyard Cawston Gamay from Orofino. Planted in 1999 on sloping Stemwinder soils and granitic shale (gamay crushes on granite), this pale cherry-hued red should be your summer go-to.

Orofino Celentano Vineyard Gamay 2013

Because it’s hot out! You don’t want a giant, chewy, sweat-beading, muscular, heavy, oaked red. Too much work! You want this bright, fresh, light red – tart and earthy rhubarb acidity to refresh you and your palate, and finely spiced tannins to take on your dinner. This savoury, lissom red is laced with cured meats, wild strawberry, a swipe of stony minerality throughout, and an alluring bitter cherry note on the finish. Serve slightly chilled, and this versatile wine will suit anything from grilled pizza to charcuterie to salmon. Only 100 cases produced, so get on it.

I put 5 questions in front of winemaker, sports coach dad, fellow ping pong advocate, outdoor pizza oven afficianado, Similkameen stalwart and co-owner, along with his equally active wife Virginia, John Weber.

Straight up – why did you make this wine? We started taking these grapes in 2007. This style came out in 2010. We just loved the freshness and unmasked fruit that comes from these grapes. We started drinking a lot of Cru Beaujolais and thought we might try to imitate that style and see what we could do in BC with Gamay.

Where are the grapes from? A little vineyard about a 5 minute walk from the winery. It is owned and managed by an Italian couple Antonio and Carmela Celentano. They grow mostly Riesling but have a tiny little section of Gamay that comes to us. Shale and rocks all over the place. It is a stunningly beautiful vineyard. We make around 100 cases a year.

Your ideal pairing with these wines would be…? Summer. We chill it down just a bit and barbeque some sausages or roast a chicken in our cob oven. It is also a terrific Thanksgiving turkey wine with savoury stuffing.

Favourite BC wine, other than yours? Our friends Rhys Pender and Alishan Driediger from Little Farm Winery just down the road from us are making delicious Rieslings and Chardonnays – wines that have Similkameen Valley written all over them.

What do you drink when you’re not drinking BC wine? Can I say BC craft beer? Our cellar has a good mix of old world stuff. Chablis, Cru Beaujolais , Loire. We have a soft spot for dirty Spanish wines. Things with a little bit of funk are always fun to try and talk about. We drink Rieslings from Australia too.

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GOODS | Top Okanagan Chefs Gather For Similkameen BBQ King Competition July 12

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Keremeos, BC | Ladies and gentlemen, start your grills! The Similkameen is about to name a new Similkameen BBQ King! The annual Similkameen BBQ King event will be held on Saturday, July 12th 9pm at the historic Grist Mill & Gardens in Keremeos. This truly unique Similkameen wine and food experience is a competition where 9 featured chefs compete for the coveted title of Similkameen BBQ King or Queen.

This event is a competition where 9 competing chefs will create unique dishes for guests using organic ingredients from local farmers in the heart of Canada’s organic capital. Attendees at the event will go from station to station enjoying the foods prepared by each chef, along with Similkameen wines specifically paired to go with each dish, and then all attendees get the opportunity to cast their vote for the best wine and food pairing.

George Hanson, President of the Similkameen Wineries Association explained, “We are so excited for our upcoming Similkameen BBQ King event which is our annual, signature event. It is held at the gorgeous Grist Mill and Gardens in Keremeos. It is an extraordinary evening and a very special Similkameen experience!”

The first hour of the event, from 5-6pm, will feature wine tastings from our Similkameen wineries and some delicious appetizers from local chefs including Benja Thai, Branding Iron and Tree to Me. And then the competition begins at 6pm!

The 9 competing chefs are:

• Chris Boehm from Burger 55
• Jason Hartl from the Delta Grand Okanagan
• Natasha Schooten from the Grist Mill
• Brent Pillon from Hillside Winery & Bistro
• Lee Humphries from Local Lounge & Grille
• Jeff Van Geest from Miradoro Restaurant at Tinhorn Creek
• Shayna Merritt from Shayna & Shulman Culinary Adventures
• Justin Paakkunainen from Walnut Beach Resort
• Adair Scott from Watermark Beach Resort

In addition to the amazing food and wine at this event, there will also be live entertainment by Ajna featuring home-town favourite, saxophonist and music educator Jonnie Bridgman who is returning to the Okanagan/Similkameen for his second annual summer tour with the Ajna Jazz Trio. Jonnie is really looking forward to performing in his hometown of Keremeos at the Similkameen BBQ King. Ajna is a creative, modern collective of accomplished jazz musicians. They deliver a no-limits performance of innovative original jazz and unique interpretations of classic standards. They will be joined by a special guest vocalist, Corrine Painter, to keep you singing and swinging all night long.

There will also be a silent auction that is a partial fundraiser for the Grist Mill, which is a Heritage BC site. Hanson expanded, “We are starting to get in some absolutely amazing prizes for our silent auction, many of which are unique wine and food experiences themed around the competing chefs and our member wineries.” Hanson continued, “This award-winning event sold out last year and we had to turn people away at the door. Read more

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Similkameen Wineries Association
PO Box 246 | Keremeos, BC | V0X 1N0
Telephone: 250.488.0878 | Email: info@SimilkameenWine.com
Web: www.SimilkameenWine.com | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

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The People

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Nine of the Similkameen wineries have joined together to form the Similkameen Wineries Association (SWA) to help put the spotlight on the exciting developments in this region. Clos du Soleil, Eau Vivre, Forbidden Fruit, Orofino, Robin Ridge, Rustic Roots, Sage Bush, Seven Stones and VineGlass are working together to welcome everyone to the beautiful Similkameen Valley!

About the Similkameen Wine Region

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Soak up the sunshine and dare to dream while meandering through the vineyards of the family-run boutique wineries of the Similkameen. Sip award-winning wines with the winemakers while learning about their love of the land in one of the hot spots for grape and fruit wine in British Columbia. Discover for yourself why this special little wine region was named by enRoute Magazine as “one of the world’s 5 best wine regions you’ve never heard of!” This little patch of vineyards and orchards in the hot, dry and sunny Similkameen Valley is turning out some stunning grape and fruit wines.

There are currently over 600 acres of vineyards in the Similkameen and a large number of orchards. In fact, the region is considered to be the organic farming capital of Canada with an estimated 42% of all crops grown organically. This is due to the ideal conditions of dry heat, long hours of sunlight and the famous wind that whips through the valley keeping out pests and diseases.

The Similkameen Valley has been growing fruit and grapes for many years, but it is only recently that there has been a rapid expansion in the number of wineries. Prior to this, many of the grapes were sold to Okanagan wineries and contributed to a number of award winning wines. Now the awards are piling up for wineries in the Similkameen! Hundreds of medals have been awarded to Similkameen wineries over the past few years.

On the second Saturday each July, we join together for a very special event called the Similkameen BBQ King. Guests enjoy an extraordinary summer evening savouring the award-winning wines from nine of the Similkameen wineries and nine distinguished chefs who are vying for the title of Similkameen BBQ King. Passion and expertise rule the competition as some of the most sought after Chefs from BC prepare a plate of locally grown food for each guest. This award-winning event is held in the lovely outdoor gardens at the historic Grist Mill and Gardens in Keremeos. The Similkameen is becoming one of Canada’s premier wine destinations.

Located 3.5 hours east of Vancouver along beautiful highway 3, and just 30 minutes from Penticton and Osoyoos, the location makes the Similkameen the perfect weekend adventure or the perfect first stop on your Okanagan wine getaway! Kick back, relax and enjoy a glass of wine while you discover the hidden gem called the Similkameen Valley.

Press

The Similkameen Valley: The new frontier | Macleans

Okanagan spring reveals secrets | Vancouver Sun

Similkameen BBQ King | Vines & Designs

Similkameen Wineries Awarded 37 Medals | BC Wine Lover

Similkameen wineries enjoy success at Kelowna culinary event | BC Local News

BCs Similkameen Valley Proves Itself To Be Intriguing Wine Region | Georgia Straight

Okanagan

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From Vernon in the north to Osoyoos in the south, we love exploring the Okanagan. It has everything that we love and enjoy in life, chief among them being great food, breathtaking (and accessible) landscapes, and a variety of local crafted alcoholic beverages.

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In the Okanagan at the moment (our HOOD palettes are ever-changing), we’re seeing the blue sky, sandstone, and green grass of Mission Hill; rural community mailbox green; four shades of peach; the sand at Naramata’s 3 Mile Beach (clothing optional); Painted Rock “Red Icon” 2011; the crushpad at Orofino; Haywire “Pink Bub” 2012; “K” Cafe signage tri-colour; Miradoro exterior; Road 13 proprietor Mick Luckhurst’s most excellent moustache; the tractor at Meyer Family Vineyards; sunny day view of Skaha Lake from God’s Mountain; and the green branding of Joiefarm.

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DAY DRUNKS FLOATING THE PENTICTON CHANNEL
A WHOLE LOT OF ALBERTANS LIVING IN LARGE HOUSES
FOSSIL HUNTING ON THE ROAD TO THE DOMINION RADIO ASTROPHYSICAL OBSERVATORY
GOOD PERUSING AMONG THE STACKS AT THE BOOKSHOP IN PENTICTON
A LOT OF BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED AMERICAN CLASSIC CARS
AFTERNOON PICNICS AT COVERT FARMS
THE BIGGEST CULINARY COMPETITION IN CANADA
GOOD SNOW AND PERMANENT 90′S TIME WARP AT BIG WHITE
BEACH-FRONT CAMPING AT STUNNING HAYNES POINT
VINTAGE ADIDAS GAZELLE SNEAKERS HANGING FROM ROWING SHELLS AT THE EL DORADO
GOOD DOWNHILL TUMBLING ON THE GROUNDS AT MISSION HILL FAMILY ESTATE
THE PRIVATE BEACH AT WALNUT BEACH RESORT
AMERICAN WHITE PELICANS ON OSOYOOS LAKE
TOURING AND TASTING CANNERY BREWING & TREE BREWING
THE WEIRD SALT CIRCLES OF SPOTTED LAKE
GO KART RACING AT THE PENTICTON SPEEDWAY

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PEACH MILKSHAKES AT THE “K” CAFE IN KEREMEOS
SUPERFOOD SALAD AT SUNSET ORGANIC BISTRO
WINES FROM 120 DIFFERENT WINERIES
CHICKEN CONFIT POUTINE AT RAUDZ REGIONAL TABLE
BRATWURST AT THE PENTICTON FARMER’S MARKET
BRIOCHE FRENCH TOAST BRUNCH AT QUAILS’ GATE’S OLD VINES
THE FRIED SQUID AT THEO’S
SMOKED BACON AT DOLCI
GRILLED THREE CHEESE SANDWICHES AT BRODO
LATE SUMMER SUPPERS ON THE TERRACE AT MISSION HILL
FRESH OYSTERS AND MIGNONETTE AT WATERFRONT WINES
EATING DIVERSE BBQ AT THE SIMILKAMEEN BBQ KING COMPETITION
TIGER BLUE CHEESE AT POPLAR GROVE
JOY ROAD SUPPERS ON THE CLIFF AT GOD’S MOUNTAIN
ANYTHING BY CHEF JEFF VAN GEEST AT MIRADORO

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- The Nk’mip Desert is technically not a desert, but rather a shrub-steppe.

- Calona Wines, founded in 1932, is the oldest continuously operating winery in BC.

- Chef Dana Ewart of Joy Road Catering always wears two different coloured socks.

- Only three nest sites of the endangered Burrowing Owl have been discovered since 1928. They now only exist at “reintroduction sites” near Kamloops and Haynes Lease.

- The masks on Tantalus Vineyards’ wine labels are by Tahltan-Tlingit carver Dempsey Bob.

- The Kettle Valley railway was launched in 1915 but was abandoned in 1989.

- Michael Dinn and Heidi Noble, owners of Naramata’s celebrated Joiefarm winery, are both veterans of Vancouver’s restaurant industry.

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OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS | Orofino Winery On The Lookout For ‘Collector’s Club’ Manager

February 6, 2014 

Orofino is located at 2152 Barcelo Road in beautiful Cawston, BC V0X 1C2 | (250) 499-0068 | www.orofinovineyards.com

Orofino is located at 2152 Barcelo Road in beautiful Cawston, BC V0X 1C2 | (250) 499-0068 | www.orofinovineyards.com

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Cawston, BC | Orofino is a premium family owned and operated winery located in the magical Similkameen Valley just a half hour from both Penticton and Osoyoos. Orofino is on the hunt for someone to join their team as our Collector’s Club Manager. The successful candidate will join the small family of people who run Orofino and will specifically be in charge of all aspects of their growing wine club.

We invite anyone who has shown some crazy innate abilities to organize, communicate, and think out of the box. Experience with marketing, event planning, Microsoft Office, and retail sales is a must. Knowledge and appreciation of wine and the BC wine industry is a valuable asset as well. This salary position has flexibility in hours and may be suited to part-time or full-time employment. This is an opportunity to become fully embedded into the workings of one of Canada’s premium boutique wineries! Interested? Send a resume or get more details at admin [at] orofinovineyards.com. Read more

GOODS | “Orofino Strawbale Winery” Gets Ready For Crush Pad Hockey This Weekend

December 2, 2013 

Orofino is located at 2152 Barcelo Road in beautiful Cawston, BC V0X 1C2 | (250) 499-0068 | www.orofinovineyards.com

Orofino is located at 2152 Barcelo Road in beautiful Cawston, BC V0X 1C2 | (250) 499-0068 | www.orofinovineyards.com

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Cawston, BC | Orofino is once again hosting their annual “Orofino Crush Pad Winter Classic” event. The winery will be open for a festive holiday weekend in the Similkameen Valley from 12pm to 4pm on December 6th, 7th and 8th. We invite everyone to taste through a few new wine releases and check out the wineshop for holiday gift ideas.

There will also be many opportunities to grab a stick for some pick-up hockey on the crush pad. Nothing too strenuous and definitely nothing too serious! Stickhandle around until exhaustion hits and then trade in your stick for a glass of wine or a hot chocolate and marshmallows done over an open fire. Read more

GOODS | Unique 1.6 Mile Joy Road Supper At The Similkameen’s “Orofino” On Aug. 10

Orofino is located at 2152 Barcelo Road in beautiful Cawston, BC V0X 1C2 | (250) 499-0068 | www.orofinovineyards.com

Orofino is located at 2152 Barcelo Road in beautiful Cawston, BC V0X 1C2 | (250) 499-0068 | www.orofinovineyards.com

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Cawston, BC | This unique event celebrates the beauty of the Similkameen Valley in all her forms. The evening will consist of a five course meal using only the best foods provided by artisan producers from within a 1.6 mile radius of Orofino Winery. Each course will be expertly crafted by superstar chefs Cameron Smith and Dana Ewart, owners of the highly regarded Joy Road Catering Company. Delectable surprises, unique produce and world-class flavours will be paired with Orofino`s best wines including library selections. Bus transportation will be available from both Penticton (40 min.) and Osoyoos (30 min.) this year. Price per round trip ticket is only $25. Please join us in our beautiful winery courtyard for an enchanted evening of fine dining, remarkable wine, and good company! Details after the jump… Read more

GOODS: Similkameen Valley’s Orofino Vineyards Launches New “Collector’s Club”

Orofino is located at 2152 Barcelo Road in beautiful Cawston, BC V0X 1C2 | (250) 499-0068 | www.orofinovineyards.com

The GOODS from Orofino Strawbale Winery

Cawston, BC | In 2005 we opened our winery with a tiny amount of wine for sale. We have grown quite a bit over the past decade but the commitment to our portfolio of wines remains the same. We focus on making vineyard specific wines. Wines of place. Wines that could not be made anywhere else in the world. Wines worth collecting.

This journey continues and has led us to the creation of our Collector’s Club. Our hope is to offer membership to something that simplifies the acquisition of our wines, but also adds to the experience of all things Orofino. We want to share our knowledge and insights on the workings of the vineyards, the winery and all aspects of the wine experience. Of course, the best way to share things with other like-minded people is to throw a party and we plan to offer some exclusive club events so we can show off what we do here in the magical Similkameen Valley! Read more

WELCOME: Cawston’s “Eau Vivre Winery” Has Joined The Growing Scout Community

January 10, 2013 

We’ve invited Cawston’s award-winning Eau Vivre Winery to join our GOODS section as an excellent maker of local wine. They are now proud members of Scout, and as such we will be posting their news in addition to hosting a page for them on our awesome, curated list of independent goodnesses. We’d like to take this chance to thank them for their support, and for making BC a more delicious province.

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Eau Vivre Winery

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716 Lowe Dr. | Cawston, BC | V0X 1C2
Telephone: 250.499.2655 | Email: postmaster@EauVivreWinery.ca
Web: www.EauVivreWinery.ca | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

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Co-Proprietors: Dale Wright and Jeraldine (Jeri) Estin
Winemaker: Anthony Buchanan
Family Representative in Vancouver: Lucas McCann

About Eau Vivre Winery

Our family-run boutique winery is located in Cawston, in the Heart of the Similkameen Valley. Our French-style small batch wines are lovingly hand-crafted to help you savour every sip and celebrate every moment. Our wines are clean, pure and elegant. We offer a selection of award-winning whites ranging from our smooth Chardonnay to our bright, floral Gewürztraminer. Our reds range from our earthy, complex Pinot Noir made with 100% organic grapes to our full-bodied rich Cabernet Franc, Malbec and our newest release, Buddhafull — a big, Bordeaux style blend.

Our Philosophy: We are committed to harmony and balance and use biodynamic and sustainable farming practices on our land. We are innovative and we are constantly improving our grape-growing and harvesting processes. We embraced the clay-based soils of our home vineyard by planting hearty Gewürztraminer and Riesling grapes that have been developed in Europe for these soil conditions. We were among the first in our Valley to grow Gewürztraminer and today it is one of our award-winning wines. We are passionate about bringing joy and happiness to those that enjoy our wines and take great delight in seeing people that love our wines as much as we do.

Our Greatest Honour: We opened Eau Vivre Winery in 2008 and since then, we have won a variety of BC and Canadian Wine Awards, however we are most proud of our 2009 Pinot Noir receiving a 2012 Lieutenant Governors Award for Excellence in British Columbia Wines.

Dale Wright commented, “We are absolutely thrilled and honoured to win this award. As a relative newcomer in the winemaking world, this honour shows us that we are on the right path.”

Not only was this our first Lieutenant Governor’s Award, it’s the first time in the 10-year history of the award that a winery from the Similkameen Valley has won a Lieutenant Governor’s Award. On top of that, this year’s competition was the largest ever with 347 wines submitted.

Press

Wine Trails | “Eau Vivre Winery Wins Lieutenant Governor’s Award of Excellence”

Yelp | I love this winery – it’s one of my favorites in BC (and I’ve been around the bend, trust me). It is definitely my favorite of the Similkameen.

Wines Of Canada | Eau Vivre Winery, the Lieutenant Governor’s Award.

House Wine | Holy Smokes – what a find!

John Schreiner | The 2012 Lieutenant Governor’s Awards for Excellence

GOODS: Nevermind The NHL, Play Holiday Ball Hockey On The Crush Pad At “Orofino”

December 3, 2012 

Orofino is located at 2152 Barcelo Road in beautiful Cawston, BC V0X 1C2 | (250) 499-0068 | www.orofinovineyards.com

The GOODS from Orofino Strawbale Winery

Cawston, BC | Orofino is inviting anyone to stop by their winery December 7th–9th from 10am-5pm for a special holiday open house. No cinnamon-scented candles. No icky sweet eggnog. No Justin Bieber Christmas carols. Instead they are inviting everyone to grab a hockey stick and join in on the Orofino Winter Classic Hockey Weekend. It sounds much more official than it actually is. The Orofino team wants you to join them for some extremely non-competitive pick-up ball hockey on the crush pad. Spend 10 minutes or a whole afternoon enjoying Canada’s game in the Similkameen Valley.

The wine shop will be open for tastings and for that last minute Christmas present. There will also be a draw made for a very special basket full of Orofino treats. To top it all off, they will be releasing their flagship red blend Beleza 2010! Kick back with some friends and a glass of wine on the patio. This event is part of the Similkameen Wineries Association Christmas Open House Weekend. All 8 wineries will be celebrating the holiday season with special events held daily from the 7th-9th. Lockout be damned! Grab your sticks and head to Orofino in Cawston for some fun hockey action. Read more

GOODS: Similkameen Winery “Orofino” Completes Ambitious Solar Power Project

Orofino is located at 2152 Barcelo Road in beautiful Cawston, BC V0X 1C2 | (250) 499-0068 | www.orofinovineyards.com

The GOODS from Orofino Strawbale Winery

Cawston, BC | Co-owners John and Virginia Weber of Orofino Winery in Cawston, BC are proud to announce the completion of a significant solar project that will convert all power consumption of its public tasting building from traditional power sources to solar power. The project uses a unique hybrid system of solar photovoltaic panels and a solar thermal water heating system. The system was designed and constructed by Swiss Solar Tech from Summerland, BC who are leaders in solar technology implementation in the province. Learn more after the jump… Read more

GOODS: Similkameen’s “Orofino Strawbale Winery” Launches New 2011 Harvest Blog

September 14, 2011 

Orofino is located at 2152 Barcelo Road in beautiful Cawston, BC V0X 1C2 | (250) 499-0068 | www.orofinovineyards.com

The GOODS from Orofino Strawbale Winery

Cawston, BC | Orofino in the Similkameen Valley has just created a new blog – The Orofino Press – that will follow the 2011 grape harvest from the vineyards to the barrels. Its not the glossy stuff created by the dozens of PR people they have hired but the everyday dirt on decisions that have to be made, the progression of the harvest and insights on making wine in the beautiful Similkameen Valley. Owners John and Virginia Weber along with their cellarhand Aaron Godard will post regular updates and pictures. What they are drinking, music they are listening to and maybe even the odd rant about the Saskatchewan Roughriders are all fair game. Its all things Orofino… Read more

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