In Photos: Valeri Bure's wife Candace Cameron Bure shares adorable pictures from couple's 28 years of togetherness

Candace Cameron and Valeri Bure
Candace Cameron and Valeri Bure's family pictures shared on couple's 28th anniversary (Image credit: Instagram/@candacebure)

Former NHL player Valeri Bure and American actress Candace Cameron Bure celebrated their 28th wedding anniversary on Saturday. The couple has been together for almost three decades. They tied the knot on June 22, 1996, when Valeri was 22 years old and Candace was 20.

On the occasion, the "Full House" actress shared a carousel of adorable pictures featuring them and their family. Two were from their wedding day, while one showed them standing on an ice rink during their early days together.

“28 years 🥂 today! How it started… and how it’s going❤️💒,” Candace Cameron Bure wrote in the caption of the post.

The post also had pictures of the couple with their children, who have now grown up. They are the proud parents of one daughter, Natasha Valerievna, and two sons, Lev Valerievich and Maksim "Maks" Valerievich.

via IG/candacecbure
via IG/candacecbure

Valeri Bure and Candace Cameron Bure have their own winery in California

Since meeting for the first time at a hockey game in 1994, Valeri and Candace have come a long way. Their shared passion for winemaking prompted them to open a winery in Napa, California. They started the "Bure Family Winery" back in 2006, 10 years into their marriage.

In 2016, Valeri Bure discussed the small boutique winery that produces around 700 cases of wine annually:

“What we are is high-end. Everything is done by hand. We don't cut corners. We use French oak everywhere. We triple-sort. We don't use tractors in the field. All those little pieces are important to us and make us different." [H/T Calgary Flames]

He also conveyed the joy and satisfaction of sharing his passion for wine with friends:

"Being able to share your passion with friends, having people say, 'Yours is one of the best wines I've tried,' is very rewarding. But I'm not trying to satisfy anybody's palate — I make wine I love. And if that translates into something other people love, too, that's a win-win situation."

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