JoieFarm Winery

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The name Joie (pronounced jwah, French for joy) was chosen as an ode to the joy of wine, food, and hospitality.

JoieFarm Winery began as a guest house and culinary school for its first four years, during which time plans for the winery were being crafted. Echoes of those early days can still be felt in our tasting room today, where visitors often share stories of their experiences. The butcher block bar in our indoor tasting room is a remnant from the original culinary school, allowing our visitors to connect with the early days of JoieFarm.

Our first vintage was released in 2004, marking the debut of our Noble Blend. Throughout our history, the Vancouver food and wine industry has been the backbone of JoieFarm’s success. With a few vintages under our belt, we transformed the home orchard into our first estate vineyard. To secure grapes for the Noble Blend, we planted Gewurztraminer and Muscat in our home vineyard in 2007.

As farmers, we are dedicated to the sustainability of our vineyards and over the past few years, we have expanded our estate vineyards from 5 acres to over 65 acres. Our vineyards are located in all four quadrants of the central Okanagan: Naramata, Summerland, Oliver, and Skaha Bluffs. These vineyards are primarily planted with aromatic whites and Burgundian varieties like Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Gamay, as well as exciting new varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Franc, and Blaufränkisch.



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