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Naramata Bench wineries host Big Hearts Small Bites Valentine’s event

Ten wineries are offering wine pairings with cheese, chocolates, meatballs and popcorn
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Ten wineries on the Naramata Bench are launching Big Hearts and Small Bites just in time for Valentine’s. (Submitted)

The first Big Hearts Small Bites event, featuring wine tastings and small food offerings, is coming to wineries along the Naramata Bench just in time for Valentine’s.

Ten wineries are offering wine pairings from bubbles and meatballs and popcorn to cheeses and chocolates on Saturday, Feb. 10.

Here are the wineries you can go to:

Chain Reaction Winery: Complimentary pairing of 4 wines with wood-fired flatbreads and truffle parmesan seasoned popcorn.

Howling Bluff: Complimentary tastings, small bites, and raffle to enter to win.

Lake Breeze: three wines paired with small bites.

Lang Vineyards: Complimentary glass of bubbles, meatballs, Valentine’s cookies and treats.

Moraine: Complimentary tastings of new release Isla Frizzante, wine with chocolate pairing.

Naramata Inn: Eliza opens early at 1 p.m., running the menu promotion all day. Smoked Paprika Spiced Chips with 2017 Seven Stones Merlot / Marinated Mediterranean olives with 2021 Culmina Unicus Gruner Veltliner / Truffles with 2020 Moraine O’Port.

Poplar Grove Cheese/Lock and Worth: Complimentary pairing of two Lock and Worth wines paired with two cheese small bites.

Ruby Blues: Complimentary bubbles tasting and chocolate treats.

Three Sisters Winery: Complimentary 5 wines paired with chocolate.

Township 7: Four sparkling wines and a bag of chips for $10, standard tastings are available as well.

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