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Winery owner Jack Manser welcomed his boys back home to the winery this year. Both sons, Roman and Wayne have moved back to Salmon Arm from Edmonton to learn and work with their father. Jack says both are talented in the vineyard and the cellar and they are eager to learn the trade. He couldn’t be happier to see the next generation come on board. Wayne’s girlfriend Coreena also moved here from Edmonton and is now the friendly face that will greet you in the wine shop. Larch Hills offers the wine lover a truly unique wine tasting experience. Because…

Larch Hills Winery, renowned for premium cool climate wines, is a must-see for visitors to the Shuswap this summer. Surrounded by spectacular viewscapes near Salmon Arm, you’ll enjoy fine summer sippers, bubbly or superb dinner wines. Larch Hills was established in 1997 and its position in the northern area of the region provided ideal conditions for cool climate wines.  Now, Larch Hill has developed a well-earned loyal following. Proprietors Hazel and Jack Manser oversee every aspect of the operation.  From tending the vineyards to creating the wines and operating the wine shop, the Mansers have been hands-on at Larch Hills…

It’s not surprising TripAdvisor has ranked Larch Hills the #1 thing to do in Salmon Arm. The drive up the scenic road is worth the time. At Larch Hills, the highest elevation winery in North America, you’ll have the opportunity to try some distinctive, award-winning cool climate wines. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet and chat with personable owners Hazel and Jack Manser, who’ve been making their unique wines for 11 years. Many visitors made their way up that road to Larch Hills this summer, including a lot from Alberta. There were also many more locals from the Okanagan,…

Larch Hills Winery is one of the many reasons thousands of visitors flock to the Shuswap area each year, and it holds a well-deserved spot near the top of the list. Shuswap Lake and its surrounding area beckons with its lush farmlands, sparkling waters, pristine forests, idyllic orchards and more recently, its cool climate vineyards. Larch Hills Winery produces premium cool climate wines in an area where the summer sun and cool winters allow for distinctly different and delicious wines. Hazel and Jack Manser, proprietors of Larch Hills, are currently producing their 11th vintage and over the years they’ve amassed…

Larch Hills Winery, just outside Salmon Arm, is BC’s highest winery and it is their unusual climate and growing conditions that contribute to their tantalizing German-style wines!  The view from Larch Hills is vast and sweeping, a perfect accompaniment to their Riesling, Lemberger, Siegerrebe, Merlot and Ortega Dessert Wine, to name a few. In March they’ll release their 2014 Riesling, just in time as the 2013 is sold out.   With fruity characteristics and a citrusy finish, the Riesling is a compliment to Asian foods and also stands on its’ own very well. Look for the spring release of the 2014…