Spring release party in Okanagan Falls

Great food, great views and a new release of wines are the menu in Okanagan Falls

Great food, great views and a new release of wines are on the menu at the Meyer Family Vineyard in Okanagan Falls on Saturday (May 20).

Join proprietors Jak and Janice Meyer for their annual Meyer Family Reunion and Spring Release party. Taste new release wines while enjoying a savoury barbecue meal prepared by Chef Jordan Ash of Flambé Catering. Sip on a glass of wine while enjoying the view from the Meyer vineyard on McLean Creek Road while listening to live music from Aidan Mayes and Mandy Cole.

The event starts at 3 p.m. with a sparkling reception and salon-style wine tasting followed by a barbecue buffet and live music. Shuttle service available from select locations in Penticton and Okanagan Falls, advanced booking required.

Limited number of tickets are still available and a small number of tickets may be available at the door. Tickets are $85 (plus GST) and available online at www.meyerfamilyreunion2017.eventbrite.ca or in the tasting room.

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