We are pleased to introduce you to Harper's Trail wines, the first wines made from vineyards in Kamloops, BC, which are made in Summerland, at Okanagan Crush Pad. Named for the cattle drive trail of pioneer rancher Thaddeus Harper, and tucked into the city outskirts on the bank of the South Thompson River, Ed and Vicki Collett's vineyard sits among rolling hills of sage and grass, home to bighorn sheep, bears, and myriad birds. The backdrop of limestone, hoodoos, and a natural spring in the vineyard contribute to the biodiversity of this rare place.
The wines, made by Michael Bartier at Okanagan Crush Pad, reflect this emerging region with minerality and crisp acidity. Enjoy our latest releases:
2012 Pioneer Block Dry Riesling
2012 Silver Mane Block Riesling
2012 Pinot Gris
2012 Cabernet Franc
2012 Late Harvest Riesling
2012 Field Blend White
Taste the flavours that will soon be known as characteristic for the Kamloops region.
October 31, 2013