We are very excited to share that the menu for the Chef Collaboration dinner between Culmina, Waterfront Wines, and Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar has now been revealed!
We are thrilled to mark our Five Year Anniversary this September, and have put together an unforgettable weekend from Friday, September 14th to Sunday, September 16th to celebrate.
Sunday August 5th, 2018 6:00pm
Celebrate the abundance of summer at our Celebration of High Summer dinner with the Triggs family and Chef Chris Van Hooydonk of Backyard Farms for an evening of farm to table cuisine paired with a selection of our critically-acclaimed wines, including our flagship, 2013 Hypothesis.
Introducing our newest experience at Culmina Family Estate Winery: Sunday Sessions.
We are delighted to announce that our 2014 Hypothesis is now available to purchase ‘En Primeur’. For only two weeks, full cases of the vintage may be purchased at special ‘En Primeur’ pricing. This specialty pricing will end when the ‘En Primeur’ closes on April 2nd, while the wine will be shipped in September in conjunction with its official public release.
During the cold winter months, sometimes you need something comforting and warm to enjoy while curled up in front of the fire. Elaine’s Beef Stroganoff Recipe, tried and true for many years, will tick all the boxes for delicious comfort food. Try it paired with any of Culmina’s Red Bordeaux-Style wines or our classically styled Chardonnay, Dilemma with Ceasar Salad for what is sure to be a fantastic pairing and surefire crowd-pleasing hit.
After what seems like an eternity, and having undergone judicious evaluation by the entire team to determine its current state of readiness, the newest vintage of Hypothesis is finally ready for release.
Shortly after winning a Judges Selection at the recent Cascadia Wine Competition in Oregon, noted Ontario wine writer and critic Rick Van Sickle has scored the 2016 R&D Rosé an exciting 91 points.
Great news from Oregan, the 2015 R&D by Culmina White Blend has just garnered a double gold medal at the Cascadia Wine Awards. The Cascadia Wine Competition, now in its 5th year, brings together the best in wine from the Pacific Northwest. This year the competition included judges from Washington, Oregan, Idaho and British Columbia as well as Sheri Sauter Morano, a Master of Wine from North Carolina and New Orleans broadcaster/journalist Tim NcNally.
We are thrilled to announce that our 2013 Hypothesis is now available to purchase ‘en primeur’. For only two weeks, full cases of the vintage may be purchased at special ‘en primeur’ pricing. This specialty pricing will end when the ‘en primeur’ closes on March 30th, while the wine will be shipped on September 1st in conjunction with its official public release.
March 3-12th 2017
Join proprietor Don Triggs Saturday, March 4th at the Deane House in Inglewood for a 5 course menu paired with Culmina Family Estate wines, including the 2012 Hypothesis and a preview of the 2014 Merlot. We are very excited for the opportunity to work with Chef Jamie Harling and Sommelier Bruce Soley at this sister property to the River Cafe.
We are currently hiring for two positions. Interested in joining our team? Read on for more information.
The 2016 growing season had a unique progression in comparison to other recent vintages. The warm spring – with aggregate temperatures nearly double any other spring on record at the winery – resulted in earlier than average budbreak. However, those who visited the Okanagan may remember a moderate summer that didn’t call out for the beach like previous years.
Acclaimed UK-based wine writer Jamie Goode recently scored our 2015 Decora 92 points, his highest rated wine from judging at Gold Medal Plates Victoria.
We are absolutely thrilled to introduce the Number Series with the release of Nº 001 Haut-Plateau Riesling. This new tier in our portfolio will feature limited production wines that showcase the best of our research and development from any given vintage. The result: each number in the series will be unique, and may only be released once.
We’re thrilled to announce that the 2015 Unicus (Grüner Veltliner) won best in show at Gold Medal Plates in Edmonton. We were paired with Chef Shane Chartrand of Sage Restaurant, who took home bronze for his ‘Charcoal & Smoke’ dish featuring charcoal sablefish and cold smoked albacore tuna. His dish was simply stunning:
Don, Elaine & Sara are thrilled to welcome Jean-Marc Enixon as Vineyard Manager & Winemaker at Culmina.