Hawthorne Mountain Vineyards winery

Hawthorne Mountain Vineyards winery

Hawthorne Mountain Vineyards

 
Address: P.O. Box 480, Green Lake Road,
Okanagan Falls, BC, V0H 1R0, Canada
Phone: (250) 497-8267
Fax: (250) 497-8073
Where history, tradition and excellence await you: A Trip to British Columbia's wine country would not be complete without a visit to Hawthorne Mountain Vineyards. Our breathtaking site sits high atop Hawthorne Mountain where the winery and 170 acre vineyard are located. Overlooking the beauty of Skaha Lake and the surrounding valley, Hawthorne Mountain Vineyards offers the perfect setting to take a tour, sample wines, roam through the vineyards to learn more about grape-growing, or to sit and relax on our deck and take in the stunning scenery. Hawthorne Mountain Vineyards' site was settled in the early 1900's be the Hawthorne Brothers, and wine grapes have been growing here since the early 1960's. Hawthorne Mountain Vineyards, as it exists today, was incorporated in 1995. The award winning winery produces premium varietal's and the 2000 Gold Label Series Chardonnay received the prestigious award for the Best White Wine in Canada at the inaugural 2001 Canadian Wine Championships. Hawthorne Mountain Vineyards’wine shop and tasting room are housed in the estate’s well-restored, heritage stone home. Visitors are invited to relax on the winery’s spacious deck overlooking the valley. Tours of the winery are offered May to October. Group tours may be arranged by appointment. The wine shop and tasting room are open year-round. We hope to see you soon.

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