A look at our journey…

Picture of 4 women, ranging in age standing in an overgrown vineyard eating red grapes. The photo is from the 1980s and the clothing and hair reflect that.

1980

Back in 1980, sisters and The Gallery Winery leads, Kirstin and Natasha’s parents bought the land where the winery now sits. There was a small abandoned vineyard on the east portion.

Bulldozer moves dirt around, levelling the land with a lake in the background.

2013

Fast forward to spring of 2013 and prep begins by levelling the challenging topography.

Two people are visible from the knees down with dirt in the foreground. There is a small, knee-height vine with green leaves on it in front of the people.

2015

The first vine was planted!

A woman with long blonde hair, wearing a black jacket and jeans is seen sitting in an orange tractor, looking at the camera smiling, with the tractor door open.

2015

Every vineyard needs a tractor! In Fall of 2015 we bought ours. Officially artists turned farmers!

An unfinished building sits in the distance with a young vineyard in the foreground.

2018

The barn construction began in 2018. The barn was later renovated in 2020 to become The Gallery Winery.

A woman with long brown hair, wearing a hoodie, black jacket, and jeans is bent at the waist holding a white grape picking bucket, standing in front of a row of grapevines.

2018

Our first harvest in the autumn of 2018.

This is a picture with dirt in the foreground, a piece of heavy machinery, people, a vineyard and a lake and mountains can be seen in the background.

2021

In the spring of 2021, we planted our Cabernet Franc block.

Present  - We finished renovating the winery in the Fall of 2021.

Present

We finished renovating the winery in the Fall of 2021.

 

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