Better Together

Every bottle purchased helps support the Canadian Mental Health Association, BC SPCA, and the Okanagan Girls & Boys Club. Together, we can build a stronger, healthier & more supportive community.






2021 Reserve Rosé


2020 Reserve Sauvignon Blanc





Mission Hill Family Estate

Mission Hill Family Estate is much more than simply a place to craft award-winning wines. Located in the heart of British Columbia’s pristine Okanagan Valley, our family-owned winery is a refuge from the hurried pace of daily life. Majestic mountains, scenic lakes, and lush vineyards encase the winery’s dramatic architecture and culminate in a setting that celebrates fine wine, cuisine and the arts.

We Support 3

We Support 3’s mission is to connect community residents with local businesses in support of 3 local charities.  They believe in supporting communities together.  All proceeds from the #wesupport3 will be donated evenly to 3 local charity partners.

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Protecting and enhancing quality of life for animals.

The mission of the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) is to protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in British Columbia.

The BC SPCA is the only animal welfare organization in BC with the authority to enforce animal cruelty laws under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act (PCA Act). They are the largest animal welfare organization of its kind in North America and the largest animal sheltering society in the world. They have 44 locations across BC.

Assisting more than 97,109 animals in need every year the BC SPCA is funded by compassionate animal lovers who support this work and partner with the organization to protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in BC.

Canadian Mental Health Association Kelowna

Dedicated to the promotion of mental health for everyone.

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Kelowna and District Branch was founded in 1956 and is dedicated to the promotion of mental health of all. No matter how old or how young, the CMHA provides support for families and individuals through programs that promote positive mental health and support recovery, while championing the elimination of barriers that can prevent people from thriving. CMHA does this through; building homes, building lives, and building community.

CMHA Kelowna is part of a network of more than 80 CMHA branches across the country. Each year the branches provide services to, and support, more than 1.3 million Canadians through the combined efforts of more than 11,000 volunteers and staff in over 330 communities.

As a nation-wide, voluntary organization, the CMHA promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. The CMHA accomplishes this mission through advocacy, education, research and service.

Boys and Girls Club Okanagan

Providing a safe, inviting, and supportive space for children.

In 1959, a group of concerned citizens in Kelowna came together to see what they could do to develop a safe place for boys to go after school. The same thing happened in Vernon in the 60’s and Penticton in the 70’s, and… the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Okanagan was founded.

What they knew, or quickly discovered, was that the Boys and Girls Clubs was a way to support kids who really needed help. By providing a safe place, a place of belonging and positive role models, boys and then girls were developing into responsible young men and women, thanks to their involvement at the Club.

The Boys & Girls Clubs focus on four core programming areas: physical activity, health and safety; leadership, growth and empowerment; learning and career development; and family and communities.  Over 1,000 children, youth and their families walk through the doors of their 41 service locations every day.

For every bottle of Mission Hill Family Estate sold at participating retail stores in BC between April 1 – June 30, 2022, Mark Anthony will contribute $1.00 to Canadian Mental Health Association Kelowna, Kelowna BC SPCA and Boys and Girls Club Okanagan (each an “Organization”), up to a maximum donation of CAD $10,000, equally split between the Organizations.