White wine grapes hanging on a vine

Our Vineyards

Premium Grapes from Premium terroir

We have three long-term lease agreements on vineyards we manage including Anarchist Mountain Vineyard in Osoyoos, and two vineyards in Kaleden: Pheasant Run Vineyard and Linden Avenue Vineyard.

We also have partnerships with devoted, quality-driven growers throughout the Okanagan Valley, including the Naramata Bench and Oliver. We aim to work with growers and vineyards that use organic and sustainable farming practices and give back to the land.

Views of Anarchist Mountain Vineyard in Osoyoos, BC

Anarchist Mountain Vineyard

Location: Located on the east side of Okanagan Valley in Osoyoos, this site is 1,700 feet above the valley floor, experiencing cool mountain breezes in the evening after long hot days. This mountain grasslands area is home to Sage Brush, Antelope Brush and the Western Rattlesnake.

Vines: In the 1980's, pioneer and miner by trade, Tony (Anton) Dekleva blasted a "mine-like" reservoir into the side of the mountain and witched three water wells to gain access to water. Born in Prem, Slovenia, Tony arrived in Canada in 1957, and settled in Osoyoos in 1968. He planted roughly 3-5 acres of grapes completed around 1985, of which included an unknown clone of Chardonnay, today known as Dekleva Clone. In 1993 Dekleva sold the vineyard to a German family called the Mauz's, and in 1994, the Mauz family planted an additional 1 acre of Merlot. In 2010, Terry and Andrew purchased the property and called it home for the next 12 years. In 2014 through 2015, together with some help from their neighbour Darryl, Andrew made the decision to pull out some of the Chardonnay and planted a half an acre of Cabernet Franc on the upper bench of the property. 

Today there are roughly 4 acres planted: 1 acre of Pinot Noir, 1.5 acres of Chardonnay, 1 acre of Merlot and 0.5 acres of Cabernet Franc. For a number of years Terry and Andrew crafted a small amount of wine under the label Anarchist Mountain Vineyards which was sold exclusively to select restaurants and wine stores. The Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are currently both used in production at Meyer Family Vineyards, Terry's brother's winery, and the Merlot and Cabernet Franc are destined for Mayhem's premium label.

Soil: The soil is a slow draining mixture of silt and loam.

Andrew Stone


Ajay Chavan


Ajay Chavan holding a bunch of Merlot grapes
Merlot Grapes being fermented
Anarchist Mountain Merlot in a tank
Winemaker Ajay Chavan in the cellar
Winemaker Ajay Chavan in the cellar tasting Merlot from a barrel