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Photo: Red Wine Grapes Scenic Bonitas Winery

Row upon row of grapes growing on vines, almost ready for the picking and made into award winning red wine, at Bonitas Winery in the scenic Okanagan Valley.

Blessed with a beautiful scenic landscape and hot summer sun, Bonitas Winery grow a variety of red and white grapes on their property to create their award winning wines.

Clusters of red grapes growing on grapevines at Bonitas Winery, Summerland, Okanagan-Similkameen Region, Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada.


Red Wine Grapes Scenic Bonitas Winery

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Red Wine Grapes Scenic Bonitas Winery
Photo of red wine grapes on the scenic shores of Okanagan Lake at Bonitas Winery in Summerland.

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Red Wine Grapes Scenic Bonitas Winery
Row upon row of grapes growing on vines, almost ready for the picking and made into award winning red wine, at Bonitas Winery in the scenic Okanagan Valley.
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Rolf Hicker
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119° 40' 45.15'' W
49° 37' 57.834'' N

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