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Summer in Whites dinner

The Summer in Whites Loggia Dinner hosted by the Mission Hill Family Estate Winery takes place  Friday, Aug. 3.

Fresh, vibrant, alluring—all words to describe the white wines of Mission Hill Family Estate Winery in West Kelowna.

The exclusive Summer in Whites dinner is a splendid way to enjoy the exuberant wines of summer.

Guests will be privy to a gorgeous reception in the vineyard, a sommelier-hosted winery tour and then a three-course wine-paired dinner set in Mission Hill’s stunning Loggia gallery.

Guests are encouraged to dress in white in celebration of the evening’s white wine theme.

Tickets are $99 per person from www.missionhillwinery.com. Or visit Facebook.com/MissionHillWine or on Twitter at @MissionHillWine.

Mission Hill Family Estate is world renowned for its award winning wines, stunning setting and Terrace Restaurant. Honoured as one of the Top Five Winery Restaurants in the World by Travel + Leisure magazine, the restaurant and epicurean program is led by executive winery chef Matthew Batey and chef of the terrace Chris Stewart.

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