Robin Ridge wins gold at B.C wine competition

Similkameen winery is successful during 2011 Okanagan WIne Festival

The Archery Event at Robin Ridge Winery was a very entertaining success!

Randy Farrell is “The Robin Hood of Robin Ridge Winery”!

Runners up included Bill Duff as “Maid Marion”  and Vera Roberts as “Friar Tuck.”

We look forward to a rematch next year!

Robin Ridge Winery is also pleased to announce the following awards recently received:

Robin Ridge 2009 Gamay – Gold Medal 2011 BC Wine Awards (in the top five reds of the competition).

Robin Ridge 2009 Reserve Merlot – Silver Medal 2011 BC Wine Awards.

 

Robin Ridge 2009 Chardonnay – Bronze Medal Wine Access 2011 Canadian Wine Awards.

 

 

– Contributed by Tim & Caroline Cottrill

 

 

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