Plot is a micro-winery in the Okanagan Valley created by winemaker and vigneron Kevin Rossion, and creative Adam Kereliuk. The name is a nod to our approach of sourcing an ever-changing roster of fruit from our partner growers across the valley. Using minimal intervention and a low-tech approach, our wines are a reflection of where they come from and have been guided, not forced, to their final state.
Small production, old school vibes, and new world wines are what we're about – making wines with respect for the land, the grapes, and the spirit of a wine region that's in its infancy. Above all, we want to make wine we want to drink ourselves.
It's a dream to be able to do this in the Okanagan, alongside neighbours that have elevated Canadian wine to the world stage.
Kevin has worked the better part of the 2010's as a vineyard manager for multiple properties around the South Okanagan. While he's mostly taught himself about winemaking, there's been a couple special mentors along the way. His approach starts first in the vineyard, and carries through with a minimalist touch in the winery, striving to use as little intervention as possible. Low production volume (~400 cases a year) gives Kevin better oversight and attention to each vintage, but also more time to chill. Afterall, it's the Okanagan 🕶
Kevin grew up in Belgium and has lived and travelled all over Europe before settling down in Kaleden, BC with his wife Raina and two kids. About a decade before Plot's first 2018 vintage, Kevin and Adam met and became friends while DJ'ing a series of igloo parties at Apex Mountain Resort, before climate change kicked in and they had to get real jobs.
Adam grew up in Penticton, and runs a branding and creative studio in Toronto. When an opportunity came up for them to collaborate, Adam got to work creating a face that could honestly represent the venture and the people: