The next wine frontier: British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page David Lyon for The Boston Globe A drive along Route 97 allows visitors to appreciate the Okanagan Valley’s beauty, weather, and wine. Terrace Restaurant at Mission Hill Family Estate is the experience in a nutshell. David Lyon for The Boston Globe An aging cellar is one of the featured parts of a winery tour at Mission Hill Family Estate in West Kelowna, British Columbia. Patricia Harris for the Boston Globe The drive along Route 97 provided dramatic vistas as it follows the contours of the Okanagan Lake. David Lyon for The Boston Globe A fire-peeled cherry tomato, blueberry, prosciutto and sourdough toast salad at Terrace Restaurant at Mission Hill Family Estate. David Lyon for The Boston Globe Derek Uhlemann, executive chef at Covert Farms Organics in Oliver, B.C. examined a cluster of grapes. Patricia Harris for The Boston Globe A giant wine-bottle sculpture at Summerhill Pyramid Winery in Kelowna, B.C. David Lyon for The Boston Globe The whole South Okanagan Valley could be seen from Miradoro Restaurant at Tinhorn Creek Vineyards in Oliver, B.C. Patricia Harris for the Boston Globe The Vinegar Works in Summerland, B.C. turns wine grapes grown out back into very popular wine vinegars. David Lyon for The Boston Globe Sara Harker poured Pippin apple wine at Rustic Roots Winery in Cawston, B.C.