Very thrilled Phantom Creek Estates to be deemed “the region’s most majestic and ambitious vision” by Bespoke, London’s luxury lifestyle publication.
“Impressive wine is only part of the attraction at Phantom Creek Estates” Vacay states in their latest review of South Okanagan wineries.
For the past several years, there has been a lot of curiosity about what’s going on on Oliver’s Black Sage Bench.
Nearly 30 years ago, the area unexpectedly became synonymous with Bordeaux varieties and has since given birth to some of the most iconic wines in the Okanagan Valley.
When businessman Richter Bai began purchasing highly regarded vineyards in the area in 2016, people grew even more inquisitive. From images I’ve seen, the finished project looks stunning.
When life starts to return to some form of normal, whatever that is, and I’m travelling again, I hope to get a look for myself.
Until then, the wines have convinced me this is more than just a vanity project, that Bai, and his team on the ground in the Okanagan, have built (are building) something epic.
Read the full article from Daenna Van Mulligen’s