Anthony Von Mandl adds Liquidity Winery to his empire

Liquidty Wines in Okanagan Falls is a perfect fit for Von Mandl's elegant group of wineries.
Image Credit: Liquidity Wines

Anthony Von Mandl’s stunning empire of Okanagan wineries continues to expand. His company, Mark Anthony Group Inc., recent acquired Liquidity Wines in Okanagan Falls and it has sent the wine world abuzz.

Liquidity Wines is the sixth addition to what the company calls the Iconic Wineries of British Columbia. Mission Hill Family Estate Winery in West Kelowna is the flagship winery in the group, one that has set the tone for exquisite taste and elegance in design. Following Mission Hill came the exciting purchase and redesign of CedarCreek Estate Winery, and the duo of high end wineries that each focus on creating only two top tier varieties of wine each: Martin’s Lane Winery (Riesling and Pinot Noir) and Checkmate Artisanal Winery (Chardonnay and Merlot). More recently was the purchase of Road 13 Vineyards in Oliver (where we await plans of a redesign).

Mission Hill Family Estate Winery in West Kelowna is the flagship winery of Anthony Von Mandl's Iconic Wineries of British Columbia.
Mission Hill Family Estate Winery in West Kelowna is the flagship winery of Anthony Von Mandl's Iconic Wineries of British Columbia.
Image Credit: Mission Hill Family Estate Winery

“Liquidity Wines has joined Iconic Wineries of British Columbia. It will be business as usual with the restaurant, the art and the winemaking at Liquidity,” Ian Galbraith, Director or Corporate Communications for Mark Anthony Group Inc. said.

Liquidity already presents itself as well worthy of the Mark Anthony Group brand. The beautiful architecture offers an equally amazing view of the Okanagan Falls terroir. The restaurant is beautiful and the winery’s art gallery component add up to a high-end winery destination.


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