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Miradoro at Tinhorn Creek (Gold) “offers the Okanagan Valley’s most polished winery dining experience, but with a suitably casual air.” Chef Jeff Van Geest’s food is unfussy, honest, and local-just like Sandra Oldfield’s wine.
At Old Vines at Quails’ Gate (Silver), chef Roger Sleiman pairs relaxed cuisine with Grant Stanley’s celebrated wines (particularly the flagship pinot noir).
Wine-country cooking is at its most luxurious at Terrace at Mission Hill (Bronze), where exec chef Mat Batey’s cooking plays alongside architect Tom Kundig’s grand design.
Honourable Mentions to newcomer The Vanilla Pod, seated at the gateway to the Naramata Bench, and to Vineyard Terrace at CedarCreek (where we suggest ordering the 2009 Platinum Merlot, a category winner in our 2013 International Wine Awards).