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Place Category: Wineries & Culinary Arts
April 1 – Dec 24, daily 10 AM – 5 PM
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Moon Curser Vineyards is a small, family owned winery in Osoyoos, a South Okanagan border town known for its hot summers, beautiful lakes and vineyards.
The name pays tribute to the gold smuggling history of Osoyoos. The wines, however, show no such respect for tradition – the winery is known for growing unusual varieties such as Tannat, Dolcetto, Touriga Nacional, Arneis, Marsanne and Roussanne to name a few. These varieties have not been a part of history of the South Okanagan, but thrive in the unique terroir on the Osoyoos East Bench.
The wines have brought home many a medal, including the prestigious Decanter World Wine Awards’ Trophy for Best Canadian Red for the 2009 Border Vines.