The diversity of topography, elevation, meso-climates, and soil types produce an array of different wine lots from the various vineyard blocks. Due to the vineyard's close proximity to Osoyoos Lake, there are over two hundred frost-free days a year and a long growing season which yields consistently high quality and unique wines.

Planted: 1997
Location: East and Westside of Osoyoos Lake, extending from the USA border North to Eastside of Haynes Creek, and a foot of Richter Pass, just North of Osoyoos' Westside. Three distinct sites comprised of a large number of small vineyard lots (lat. 49.00°, long. 119.42°)
Elevation: 320-460m
Slope: South
Soil: Alluvial soils typical of the South Okanagan, such as sand, loam and gravel
Irrigation: Drip
Spacing: 8' x 4' and 7' x 2'
Trellis: Spur and cane-pruned, vertical shoot positioning
Varieties: Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon