The architecture represents Mission Hill Family Estate’s values: understanding the past to inform the future and celebrating the Okanagan Valley.
Designed with monastic-influence, Mission Hill Family Estate offers an escape from daily life.
Outdoors, earth-toned buildings circle a courtyard and amphitheatre, curving into a loggia and garden. Halls, theatres, and tasting rooms wind through the estate while barrels of wine age underground.
Guests enter the main winery grounds through contemporary stone arches hand-chiseled by Master Stone Masons, Tony Rojac and Andrew Swinley. Carved from one five-ton block of Indiana Limestone, the archway is held together by a single keystone bearing the von Mandl family crest.
A spacious courtyard, located directly through the entrance archway, surrounds the 12-storey bell tower.
In the courtyard, you will be standing atop Boucherie Ridge, looking down over the rolling terrain below. The view encompasses the Mission Hill vineyard, dips through the valley, and winds down to Okanagan Lake.