Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Mission Hill: Wine Access magazine names it Winery of the Year

Grapes in the Okanogan Valley. Photo by Sue Frause.

Mission Hill Family Estate in BC's Okanagan Valley has been designated the 2007 Canadian Winery of the Year by Wine Access magazine.

As one of Canada's most respected wine and food publications, it's a prestigious honor. And for the second time in the competition's seven-year history, Mission Hill has come out on top.

With its 20 estates, Mission Hill Family Estate in West Okanagan is the major private vineyard owner in the valley. The wines include the Bordeaux-inspired blend Oculus and the Select Lot Collection

Architectural Record named Mission Hill as one of the world's four outstanding new wineries in the world -- and the only one in North America.

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