This is the first winery in the picturesque village of Kaleden. It is based on a former orchard that the Thygesens bought in 1995 so that Susan, an equestrian and equine photographer, could keep horses. The next year, their careers took them to Seattle where Gerry, a long-time marketing executive with Okanagan Dried Fruits, spent a decade as a vice-president of sales with U.S. food processors. They returned to Kaleden to develop a winery, planting vines (merlot, cabernet franc, chardonnay and pinot blanc) in 2007 and, with the help of an undisclosed consultant, making their first vintage in 2009. The winery name (pronounced "crazy legs") is inspired in part by the legs in a glass of wine and partly by the winery's 1920s Speakeasy theme. That is picked up in the names of the wines, as well - Charleston Chardonnay, Speakeasy Rosé, The Bee's Knees Pinot Blanc, Cabaret Cabernet and, for a Bordeaux blend, All That Jazz.