Time 4.5 – 5 hours
Rosé is the cool kid at the party, not quite like anyone else, but it’s totally okay with that. Good rosé is often modelled after the Cote de Provence in France where light pink, almost slightly dirty looking rosés are easy drinking, sometimes even with ice in them. Luckily the Okanagan has some world class rosé which may be the most enjoyable wine to indulge in while kicking back and enjoying the blistering hot summer sun and a dip in the lake.
This exclusive Free Range Tour takes you to four wineries whose portfolio includes one of Canada’s best rosé.
Arrowleaf Cellars – 2017 Rosé, roast beets, spiced candied nuts, local goats cheese, arugula
The Hatch – Octobubble, Albacore tuna crudo, ratatouille vinaigrette, aioli
Sperling Vineyards – 2016 Amber Pinot Gris, strawberry tart, basil, lime curd
Niche Wine Company – Pinot Noir Blanc, smoked chicken, braised pepperonata, aged gouda
At each winery you will enjoy an exclusive tasting experience, delicious gourmet food pairing and a bottle of premium rosé.