Drink in Wine Tourism Day with this Summerland Deal!

Summerland's Local Lounge | Grill

Wine Tourism day wraps up with dinner at Summerland’s Local Lounge | Grill (image supplied)

(From the release)

November 8 marks North America’s 2nd annual Wine Tourism Day.  Okanagan Crush Pad has gathered neighbouring wineries, restaurants and a hotel, to offer an incredible weekend getaway in BC wine county.

The winery itself will be open Nov 8 from 12-5 pm to pair their bubble with catered treats from chef Roger Planiden.


Wine Tourism Day Summerland Weekend Package

For $408 per couple, this unbeatable package includes two nights (Friday Nov. 7 and Saturday Nov. 8) at the Summerland Waterfront Resort.

Actual Wine Tourism Day is celebrated by a guided tour with Top Cat Tours to four Summerland wineries (Saxon, TH Wines, 8th Generation and Okanagan Crush Pad), to enjoy the region’s special sparkles and wines of the day. Of course great local wine is paired with great regional flavours, so the package also includes a stop for a delicious lunch at Zia’s Stonehouse, and when the touring is complete the day ends with a three-course set menu at Local Lounge |Grill.

For only $408 per couple, this is the most affordable and fun way to get a taste into Summerland’s delicious local wine and food, while celebrating Wine Tourism Day.

Booking info

Summerland Okanagan Crush Pad

Summarland’s Okanagan Crush Pad, where harvest is in full swing (image supplied)


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