Terrace, the winery restaurant of Mission Hill Family Estate, is one of the most glorious dining expereinces in Canada. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to call the sleek, dramatically located, $35 million palace at the Mission Hill Family Estate—which includes a Chagall tapestry, a 12-story bell tower, and a state-of-the-art kitchen that doubles as a television studio—the centerpiece of the Canadian wine tourism industry. Order the Venison carpaccio with arugula, anchovy, and creamy Salt Spring Island cheese ($12)—a finely executed balancing act of singular ingredients, all locally sourced.
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From Food & Wine , FEB 2004
Allemeier's cuisine is meticulously built around Mission Hill wines and local artisanal ingredients. He gets torpedo onions from a farm in Kelowna and organic hazelnuts from a farmer in Oliver, 15 varieties of heirloom tomatoes from a grower in East Kelowna and wild boar from a ranch in Enderby....MORE