Come meet and support Daman Milson and Kibby Evans August 26 at Beaumont Winery. From noon-3:00 pm we will be hosting a BBQ, Wine Tasting and live entertainment! They have cycled over 8000 KMS on their bikes raising awareness towards transplants research. Their goal for this trek was to: encourage 10, 000 Canadians to register to become organ donors as well as to raise $ 50, 000. Come and meet them and hear stories about their TREK!
Beaumont Winery will now be open on weekends in the month of April. We will be open Sat and Sun from 11-5. See you there!
Kick-Off your summer fun at Beaumont Family Estate Winery as our family and crew welcomes tourists and locals. Sample delicious wines crafted from our estate grown organic grapes, artisan breads and cheeses. Fun in the sun as you sing and dance with local entertainers. Donations to: TREKKING 4 TRANSPLANTS raising awareness for organ transplant and research.
July 7, 2012 By Donations
Your invited to meet and learn as vines begin to bud out, signalling the beginning of the growing season. This informal gathering with our family allows neighbors and tourists to meet one another and learn about the grape growing process, innovative certified organic farming techniques and the strategies for producing quality wines. Trek down the rows, taste the wines and see for yourself what makes our area a premier growing region along with our commitment to environmental stewardship. DONATIONS TO; TREKKING 4 TRANSPLANTS Raising awareness for organ donations and transplant research projects. trekking4transplants.ca MEMBERS ON LOCATION
Event: May 5th By Donations
Don’t forget that this years Okanagan Spring Wine Festival begins May 4-13 2012. Lots of exciting events and wineries to take part in. Come and enjoy a glass with us!
First post of 2012! This is the time of year where we bundle up and fight the cool weather to prune back the old wood. On days like today its pleasant to be outside with the sun shinning, and nothing but still silence. All our vineyards are generally cane pruned, which means leaving two healthy canes, (along with a few spured at the head) to generate next years growth. These canes are very important as it sets the vine up for the next two years. From there the vine would then be tied down to the fruiting wire, thus allowing the new wood buds to break in the spring. Its important, to leave extra canes at pruning to prevent any frost damage, or breakage in the spring when it comes time to tie andto have reassurance there will be no loss. Pruning is done by our outgoing, fun loving vineyard connoisseur Brendon Shannon. He can be heard from miles around whistling all day!