Summerhill Winery, just south of Kelowna, perches on a series of undulating grassy hills overlooking Lake Okanagan. It features a pyramid-shaped wine cellar which, if you peruse the website, purportedly has a noticeable effect on the taste of the wine aging inside. The winery offered my tour group four types of wine for tasting: red, white, red icewine, and white icewine. Icewine is a dessert wine, and the Summerhill varieties live up to the spirit wholeheartedly - they are amazingly sweet. In fact, the white icewine in particular is strongly reminiscent of lychee syrup. A connoisseur, however, can tell the subtle difference: lychee syrup is $13/bottle while Summerhill icewine is $70-$100/bottle. It translates into a slight sting both on the tongue and on the wallet but, I suppose, makes a more socially acceptable dinner party gift.