Winery partners with PGA TOUR

Independent producer on as official wine partner of the 2017 PGA Champions tour event in Victoria

Craig McCulloch, Mount Boucherie winery

Mt. Boucherie Winery has partnered with a top golf event to be held on Vancouver Island in September.

The winery has signed on as the official wine partner of the 2017 Pacific Links Bear Mountain Championship, a PGA Tour Champions (senior) event.

Mt. Boucherie will be serving up wines to golf fans and attendees, event sponsors, and players on-site throughout tournament week in concessions areas around the course, in the clubhouse and hospitality tents, and during the pro-ams and related functions.

In operation for more than 15 years, Mt. Boucherie Winery is located on the slopes above Okanagan Lake in West Kelowna.

The name Mt. Boucherie comes from a former volcano active more than 60 million years ago that stands near the winery and the company says it created unique soil conditions for grape growing. An independent winery, Mt. Boucherie controls every facet of its production from vine to glass.

The Pacific Links Bear Mountain Championship will once be played at The Westin Bear Mountain Golf Resort & Spa the week of Monday, September 11 to Sunday, September 17, 2017.

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