This year has certainly been one of change, and as we move into the fall harvest on Bottleneck Drive, we are looking forward to this new vintage, while at the same time welcoming new faces to The Drive.
If you have visited Dirty Laundry recently, you may recognize Lauren Selfridge. Lauren has transitioned from a volunteer and board member to take on the role of Member Support Services, having previously worked on events and other projects in addition to her position with Dirty Laundry. A greeting from Lauren: I’m consistently in awe of the quality and variety of what Summerland has to offer as a unique beverage destination. I’m really looking forward to welcoming visitors to this beautiful part of the Okanagan Valley.
Allison Markin joins Bottleneck Drive as our Manager of Marketing and Digital Communications. If you follow the tag #bcwine on social media, you may know her “virtually” on her many networks and as a wine reviewer and columnist for Castanet, or through her work elevate the Okanagan as a wine and culinary destination A greeting from Allison: Bottleneck Drive has a unique position in the valley thanks to the variety of its members and the products produced here. I’m looking forward to enjoying everything (in moderation) produced on the Drive.
While this has been a year like no other, we are excited for the future of Bottleneck Drive!