100% Canadian owned and operated

Now established in the heart
of the Okanagan agricultural industry

 

the Casorso family stems from a lineage of great entrepreneurs, innovators and wine makers.

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History

An immigrant from Italy, the young Giovanni Casorzo (now Casorso) landed in the Okanagan in 1883. With a strong work ethic and passion for the land he quickly cultivated as much as the region had to offer: cattle, hogs, vegetables, tobacco, fruit, and grapes. Mr. Casorso later went on to be involved in the establishment of Kelowna's first winery, Calona Vineyards, which opened in the early 1930s.

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Today, the Casorso family continues to nurture the land and be at the agro-economic forefront of their newest endeavour, cannabis cultivation.

With a production target of 30,000 kg/year, creating more than 75 scientific and skilled jobs, the Casorso family remains committed to the Okanagan economy and its future.

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Canada has been good to the Casorso familia, as good as the Casorsos have been to Canada.
— John Casorso