Summerhill Pyramid Winery

Summerhill Pyramid Winery was founded in 1986 in Kelowna, the largest city in the Okanagan region of British Columbia, Canada.
The Okanagan region is the only region in Canada with a desert climate and is blessed with a unique climate free from pests and diseases, allowing wine grapes to be grown without the use of any insecticides or pesticides.
Summerhill founder Mr. Sipes's passion for sparkling wine continues to grow, and today he not only has strong support from locals, but also welcomes many visitors from Japan and abroad.

This winery is famous for its pyramid and giant sparkling wine objects. This is a popular winery that continues to be loved by locals.

The restaurant attached to the winery is especially popular, and you can enjoy dishes made with luxurious local ingredients, as well as sparkling, white, and red wines made at the winery.

The Okanagan region, where this sparkling wine is produced, has a desert climate in Canada . Warm winds blow in from Hawaii along warm currents heading overseas to the West Sea of ​​Canada, and scorching dry heat waves move north from Nevada in the United States, and the Okanagan region is where these two collide. As a result, this region of Canada is the only region in the world to be known as a wine paradise, with locally heated, dry, and clear air.

A world-famous wine producing region <br>Due to the dry climate, there are no pests or diseases that affect grapes. As a result, wine is produced without the use of any pesticides or insecticides.

The Okanagan region has more than 220 large and small wineries , but production cannot keep up with demand and basically they do not export their wine overseas. It is a super local wine industry that is consumed entirely within Canada.
For this reason, it is generally not sold in the Japanese market, and as a result, Japanese people do not see Canadian Okanagan wine in Japan.