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Le Vieux Pin

Le Vieux Pin
34070 73 St
Oliver, British Columbia
Canada V0H 1T0
Phone: (250) 498-8388
Email: info@levieuxpin.ca

Vineyards: 9 hectares
Production: 2,800 cases
Hours of Operation: SUMMER: Daily: 11:00AM to 5:30PM, , WINTER: Daily: 11:00AM - 5:00PM

Tour Hours: By Appointment.

Le Vieux Pin named after the majestic old pine tree on the northwest corner of our vineyard is situated on the East Bench of Oliver, in the South Okanagan Valley of beautiful British Columbia. The winery takes its design cues from both an old French barn and an old French railway station. Le Vieux Pin opened its doors in 2006 with its first vintage of 2005. This included Vaila Pinot Noir Rose, Auroré Sauvignon Blanc, Belle Pinot Noir, Apogée Merlot and Époque Merlot.

We make our wines in the French tradition; but are open-minded about the use of the latest in equipment and technique. We embarked on this adventure to make the wines we dream of making.

Our vineyard strategy is an acknowledgement of the Old World with a gust of New World History has demonstrated that the best wines ultimately come from the best vineyard sites. This is "terroir." Fortunately for us (and you), the Okanagan Valley happens to be one of the best wine regions with its unique climate and variety of latitudes and soils. There is a perceptible difference in temperature and greenery, from the lushness of the north to the sage ridden desert in the South. According to WineBC, the area between Oliver and Osoyoos is the northernmost tip of the northernmost desert in the world; the Sonora Desert. Summers are generally very hot with July and August being warmer than Napa Valley, but the evenings are markedly cooler. Osoyoos has 1450 growing degree days and 8 inches of average annual rainfall (WineBC.com). Low rainfall, high heat units and a dry environment allow us to farm in a sustainable manner with all the respect the land deserves.

Our focus is to make wine representative of its terroir. Low-input viticulture is the method we use to get there. Dry farming, minimal fertilizer addition, high-density plantings and extremely low yield will allow vines to show us who they really are deep down to the roots. We have very distinct soil composition between our vineyards from very sandy to high gravel content, to heavy clay with loam that results in very unique and distinctive wines. We employ a blend of organic and biodynamic practices which we call 'non-interventionism'. Along with our sister winery Lastella we have 50 acres scattered through the South Okanagan in small parcels from 8.5 acres to 12 acres. We also contract grapes from quality minded growers who have certified organic vineyards or grow sustainably.

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/levieuxpin

Distribution: Winery, online sales, selected restaurants in British Columbia

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Le Vieux Pin Pinot Noir 2006
Le Vieux Pin Pinot Noir 2006

Okanagan Valley, BC V.Q.A., Canada

Alcohol: 13%  Sweetness: Extra Dry  750 ml


SAQ: 11263210  Check Stock


Le Vieux Pin Vaila 2014
Le Vieux Pin Vaila 2014

Oliver, Canada

Alcohol: 13%  Sweetness: Dry  750 ml


BC: 883256  Check Stock

Le Vieux Pin Vaila 2012
Le Vieux Pin Vaila 2012

Oliver, Canada

Alcohol: 13%  Sweetness: Dry  750 ml


BC: 883256  Check Stock

Le Vieux Pin Merlot 2006
Le Vieux Pin Merlot 2006

Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada

Alcohol: 14.7%  Sweetness: Dry  750 ml


LCBO: 206318  Check Stock


Le Vieux Pin Sauvignon Blanc 2010
Le Vieux Pin Sauvignon Blanc 2010

Okanagan Valley, Canada



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