Royal B.C. Museum to host Okanagan wineries

Naramata Bench Wineries Association is a group of 25 award-winning wineries overlooking Okanagan Lake

Taste the array of spring wine releases from Naramata Bench Wineries, along with delectable food samples from Victoria’s finest chefs, charcuteries, cheese shops and bakeries at a special event hosted by Royal B.C. Museum on April 28 at the Crystal Gardens.

The Naramata Bench Wineries Association is a group of 25 award-winning wineries nestled along a 14-kilometre winding country road overlooking Okanagan Lake.

Meet the winemakers and learn about the art of wine from this unique and highly-regarded terroir in BC’s Okanagan Valley, all in support of the programs and exhibitions at the RBCM. Tickets are $95 per person. Buy them online at royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/events or call 250-356-7226.

Funds raised support Royal BC Museum Foundation is the charitable arm of the museum and archives.

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