Black Hills Nota Bene release party

Latest vintage celebrated with tasting, food and entertainment.

Black Hills Estate Winery in Oliver celebrates the release of its Nota Bene vintage for this year Saturday, June 9.

The price of admission includes all you can drink Black Hills wine, locally inspired food a range of entertainment as well as shuttle pick up and shuttle drop off in the Oliver and Osoyoos area.

Join in for an afternoon of fun at the winery. You’ll be immersed in the middle of the scenic vineyard and experience a truly sensory indulgence.

Several stations will be interspersed throughout the winery in a way that will encourage social interaction. Each station will feature culinary creations perfectly paired with Black Hills wines.

Rounding it off will be  great live music and entertainment. This entertaining collection of local musicians from the Okanagan wine industry has a lively music format thatis great for the party.

This event is a great opportunity to meet the team behind Black Hills.

You will also have the opportunity to meet other enthusiasts of Black Hills wine from across Canada. For those that are interested, the winery will be running tours that take you right into the vines to allow you to get to know the terroir of the vineyard. Combine all this with great food, great wine and entertaining music and it is bound to be a very enjoyable afternoon.

Tickets are $159 (plus tax) from the wine shop or call  winery at 250-498-0666 extension 1.

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