Description: Crowsnest Vineyards is nestled in the Similkameen Valley on the Upper Bench near Cawston. This site has a wonderful view of the surrounding Mountains and gorgeous evening sun. The winery, which was established in 1995, is named after Highway #3, which is also known as Crowsnest Highway. You are invited by Olaf, Sabine, Ann and Sascha Heinecke to Come and enjoy the surroundings and taste traditional handcrafted Estate wines. You are welcome to tour around the vineyard and through the Winery. Olaf, Sascha and Ann will answer all your questions about the methods used in the vineyard and how the wines are made. Sabine and the staff lead a tasting through the different wines. The Crowsnest winemaking style is showcased in the many different styles we produce from Estate grown grapes.Crowsnest Vineyards is nestled in the Similkameen Valley on the Upper Bench near Cawston. This site has a wonderful view of the surrounding Mountains and gorgeous evening sun. The ...
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