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September 28 - October 7, 2012 Passport to East Kelowna’s FAB FIVE Wine Trail East Kelowna’s Fab Five Wine Trail winds gently up from the sandy shores of the Okanagan Mission “L’Anse au Sable” through Kelowna’s historic orchard and vine land. Fruits of the vine flourish here in rich and ancient soils of sun-drenched bench lands which are the remnant of glacial Okanagan Lake (just 10,000 years ago). This visually stunning wine trail features some of the Okanagan’s most unique geologic features and breathtaking farmland, providing the perfect backdrop for exquisite wines and an authentic wine-country experience. Pick up your Passport from FAB FIVE wineries including: Camelot Vineyards Estate Winery, SpierHead Winery, The View Winery, House of Rose Winery, The Vibrant Vine or Sperling Vineyards to


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enjoy complimentary tastings along the way. Then, drop off your fully-stamped Passport at your final FAB destination for a chance to win a case of “FAB Selections” (6 cases to be won!). East Kelowna’s Fab Five Wine Trail theviewwinery@shaw.ca 250.860.0742 www.theviewwinery.com


GRAPE STOMPING PARTY SAT. SEPT. 29TH


& OCT. 6TH


www.houseofrose.ca See our event listing for more information


This event is FREE. Please consider a donation for the Food Bank


We go to great lengths for our wines. Luckily,we’re in the heart of Kelowna, so you don’t have to.Taste the largest selection of three BC VQA wine brands in our store at 1125 Richter St.We’re open daily 9-5. For more information call 250.762.9144 or toll free at 1.888.246.4472.


www.peller.com www.calonavineyards.ca www.sandhillwines.ca


STOMPS AT 1, 2, 3 AND 4 PM


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