February 17th, The farmhouse is on the rise and each day it looks more and more like the classic Joie Farmhouse our guests are used to visiting. Exterior is going up rapidly in our favourite Joie Red hue.
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January 31, the snow is slowly melting but the action has not slowed at the farm. Windows are on the docket this week along with drywall.
January 10, the farmhouse is a flurry of activity. All trades are on deck, working to get the build complete for our opening in April. It’s truly incredible to see a diverse set of skills and expertise working seamlessly in the same space.
December 19, our crews remain ahead of schedule and every day the new facility is taking shape. Late last week the first parts of the new roof took form – it won’t be long now!
November 29th, the Naramata autumn weather is on the Joie Team. Ahead of schedule, our walls are on the rise!
November 16th, four cement trucks arrived into the crowded construction heap that is JoieFarm. Today’s mission: filling.
Our new Farmhouse is on the rise – forms are off and the new facility is taking shape.
It’s true – the old farmhouse is down and making way for our new hospitality facility to rise in 2017. The forms for the Joie rebuild are in and the concrete is pouring. The team is making quick work of our new foundations!
Thank you to the readers of the Georgia Straight for voting JoieFarm Best Winery for White Wines in 2016. This marks the sixth consecutive win in this category as voted in the readers’ poll. We look forward to bringing you more Joie wine.
93 points – Rick VanSickle – Wines in Niagara – August 30, 2016 This is from Joie’s top tier and it lives up to the billing — a highly aromatic nose of rich cherry, incense, toasted barrel spices, caramel and violets. Ripe cherry is the driving force on the palate with silky tannins, integrated spice and […]