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Darren Oleksyn
April 6, 2016 | Darren Oleksyn

Calgary Herald - Wine Pairings for Juno stars that really sing.

Former Calgarians Chris and Beata Tolley left respective careers as a software engineer and chartered accountant to start a winery in Osoyoos. Originally called Twisted Tree, they changed the name to Moon Curser five years ago.

            The name embraced Osoyoos’ colourful history as a smuggling haven on the U.S. border where illicit crossings were made under the light of the moon. The winery has taken some risks of its own, pushing the norms of Okanagan viticulture by planting grapes uncommon to the region such as Tannat, Carmenere, Tempranillo and Touriga Nacional. Read more Click Here. 


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