by David Wylie Larch Hills Winery is on top of the world — at least it feels like it. Located in Salmon Arm, it’s the highest elevation winery in BC at 800 metres. Despite having a shorter growing season due to its northern location, the south-facing slope manages to soak up the sunshine. Larch Hills specializes in Ortega, taking advantage of European varietals that thrive in the Shuswap region. They also grow Siegerrebe, Madeline Angevine and Agria. Those who visit the family-run winery are treated to a cosy family experience, said winery manager, Roman Manser. “Any time somebody comes up…