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In our special section, we shine a light on why the Oliver to Osoyoos region in the South Okanagan has become such a vibrant wine region.
This involves trying to let nature take care of ay problems as they arise.
General manager Joe Luckhurst says his family-owned winery's motto is "it's all about the dirt."
By the time Ted Kane was 18, he was already fascinated with the fermentation process and was making wine at home.
Chris Tolley and his wife, Beata, have chosen the road less travelled.
Viticulturist Bertus Albertyn says he practises a “back to the future” winemaking.
Co-owner Bruce Schmidt wants to strengthen the bond between Canadians and their wine culture.