An Okanagan Winery has broken ground on its 15,000 square foot wine centre and dining lounge.
Offering panoramic views of Okanagan Lake, Mt. Boucherie Estate Winery’s new attraction will provide an open concept tasting room, dining room, a luxury bed and breakfast as well as a picnic area amongst the vines.
Designed by Vancouver architect Robert Ciccozzi, the building features a modern style constructed with wood, concrete and glass.
Established in 1968, Mt. Boucherie Estate Winery remains one of the largest estate grown wine produces in B.C., farming grapes from nearly 200 acres between the Okanagan and Similkameen Valleys.
The new wine centre and dining lounge is expected to open its doors by next September.