North Summerland, BC -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/02/2014 -- The Field Guide has been enabling tourists to discover food and drink exclusive of Okanagan Valley along with cultural events, perfect accommodation so that they can completely relish their stay. They are now sharing the different moods and magic of Liquidity Wines including the upcoming Clusterfest, a celebration of art, music and of course great wine. This event witnesses some truly extraordinary performances by musicians from all across the globe along with winery building, wine tasting sessions and much more. For the details of this year’s Clusterfest, one can visit http://www.thefieldguide.ca/Clusterfest-at-Liquidity-Wines.
Liquidity Wines is becoming a well-known destination for savouring premium handcrafted award winning wines and superlative food and art. Situated in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley amidst breath-taking views of Okanagan Falls, Vaseux and Skaha lakes, Liquidity produces the finest quality wines employing seasoned viticulture practices and the winemaking of Matt Holmes.
Besides tasting their award winning wines, The Field Guide points out other major activities that are a must do while at Liquidity Wines such as enjoying their bistro’s seasonally changing menu, the soul refreshing view from the patio, art displayed across Liquidity’s property along with theatre, exhibitions and similar such events.
In addition to Liquidity Wines, The Field Guide displays information about all the happening tourist spots and hangouts, informs about forthcoming cultural and artistic events so that tourists can create itineraries that lead to fun filled and enriching Okanagan vacations. The locals love The Field Guide too.
About The Field Guide
The Field Guide is based in the Okanagan Valley and was founded by Editor and local, Tarynn Liv Parker. It is an information portal for tourists covering the regions of Okanagan and Similkameen with more areas in progress. They post news on food, restaurants, wine all with a focus on local business and geared toward sustainable and healthy and/or top quality experiences. Travellers can learn about Okanagan chefs, Similkameen winemakers, hoteliers, cheesemakers, farmers markets, artisans, events and products off the beaten path that all make for meaningful Okanagan and Similkameen adventures.
For more information, please visit http://www.thefieldguide.ca/
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