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Tour the Okanagan’s beautiful wine country with one of our friendly, knowledgeable tour guides. On your Kelowna wine tour you will receive complimentary hotel pick up and drop off in one of our comfortable, air conditioned vehicles. Sit back and enjoy your journey through the breathtaking Okanagan Valley as we stop and sip spectacular wines at some of the Valley’s award winning wineries. We offer daily tours featuring the best wineries that the Okanagan Valley has to offer. Our fun filled and informative wine tours can be customised from a romantic private tour for two, to large corporate events, weddings and parties. Other Kelowna tours and packages are always available upon request.
C.C. Jentsch Cellars Family Estates is located just south of Road 13, at 4522 Highway 97, Oliver, BC. Our brief history as a winery started in 2012 and has already been recognized nationally and internationally as a producer of fine vintage wines. The owners of C.C. Jentsch Cellars are Chris and Betty Jentsch. So you are in the know, “Jentsch” is pronounced like “bench” with a “Y”. Say “Yench”. “C. & C.” are Betty and Chris’ middle initials. The Jentsch family history of farming in the Okanagan Valley can be traced back to 1929 as tree fruit growers. At the turn of the millennium Chris began the conversion of the cherry orchards to vineyards. Blocks of cabernet sauvignon , cabernet franc, merlot, petit verdot, malbec and syrah were planted. A small amount of viognier and gewÃÂ¼rztraminer were grown. In 2010 Chris added a 10-acre site in Summerland (Okanagan Lake Vineyard) ideally suited to growing chardonnay.
Named for the solitary majestic old growth pine of their Oliver estate, Le Vieux Pin sits perched amidst the famed vineyards of the Black Sage Bench: Canada’s sole pocket desert, located in the South of British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley. Since releasing their first vintage in 2005, Le Vieux Pin has captured the essence of traditional French winemaking, along with the bold New World character distinct to the region. Considered by the national wine industry to be a leading Syrah producer, the winery uses low input viticulture and non-interventionist winemaking to make exclusive vintages that carry with them a sense of time and place. These fine wines can be savoured nationwide and internationally, at select culinary hot spots, and fine wine merchants. The pine tree stands alone. Come visit us, our Tasting Room is open By Appointment Only: Nov 1 – March 15: Mon-Fri 11am-5pm. Mar 16- Jun 30: 7 days 11am-5pm. July 1 -Aug 31: 7 days 10am-6:30pm. Sept 1-Oct31: 7 days 11am-5pm.
It’s All About The Wine Balance is a time-honored goal in the making of premium wines and working toward balance is a way of life at Burrowing Owl Estate Winery. Founder Jim Wyse is committed to balance, well beyond that of the fine, world-class wines being produced. A kind of Hippocratic oath (“to do no harm”) underlies the creative viticultural and enological practices at Burrowing Owl.
Having grown grapes for the last 20 years we have established ourselves as one of the premier award winning grape growers in the valley. Our story started with our family immigrating from India in the 1990’s and making Okanagan our home. We have always worked to establish ourselves as hard working and determined family. The name Kismet is derived from the Punjabi word ‘destiny’.
Stoneboat is a family owned artisan winery in Oliver, BC. For over 35 years the family has farmed on the South Okanagan’s Lower Black Sage Bench, where rocky, calcareous subsoils, warm days, and cool nights create perfect conditions for growing premium Pinot varietals of distinct character and complexity. Our approach to winemaking is inspired by our farming philosophy, valuing integrity, balance, and minimal intervention to create critically acclaimed, honest wines that are true to their origins in our vineyards. Our wineshop is open April – September daily from 10-5:30.
Bodegas de Vino y Tours, Cervecerías, Destilerías y Sidrerías, Accesibilidad
The best Kelowna wine tours, craft tours, and food tours. We deliver innovative and exceptional tour experiences, and inform, inspire, and create memories for our guests and team. Kelowna Wine Tours, year-round. #getwicked
Pesca, Senderismo, Observación de Aves, Parques y Áreas Silvestres, Zona de Acampar y Parques para Casas Rodantes
Facilities: 7 small rustic campsites, hand water pump, pit toilets. Location: 6 km north of Oliver on Highway 97. Inkaneep Provincial Park is nestled in tall riverside cottonwoods in a residential area. This park offers wonderful bird watching opportunities. Park users should use caution when hiking around this park; poison ivy is abundant in this area. The park is conveniently located just outside of the town of Oliver. Open from the last weekend in June through Labour Day.
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Surrounded by desert to the far south, and lakes, mountains, and vineyards in almost every other direction, the town of Oliver is home to our award-winning Jackson-Triggs Okanagan Estate Winery. Here, you get a rare glimpse into the complete wine tasting experience, including unique varietals and limited edition wines only found at the winery.
Family owned and operated! Award winning wines -always made in small batches from pure South Okanagan, British Colombia grapes. Rose, white blends Heart of Gold and Radiant Rhapsody, a bold red blend Crimson Rhapsody, pure varieties of white and red wines and a unique style of dessert wine. With a hands-on approach, the owners facilitate every step of the process, from grape to glass. Castoro de Oro welcomes both children and pets to its fun, cozy atmosphere. Castoro de Oro Estate Winery’s name and label pays homage to its vineyard’s terroir and the founding of Canada. The 35-year-old (planted in 1980), eight-acre vineyard is located on the Golden Mile and blessed with a unique soil combination and a small lake located at the base of it. This terroir provides an ideal foundation for growing superior grapes and a longer growing season than many other Golden Mile vineyards. Beavers helped to create the small lake during their manipulation of earth and water. And early settlers’ search for gold led to the beavers’ vast contribution to the history of the nation; the then-booming fashion industry’s need for beaver felt and fur ultimately allowed settlers to thrive, formally establish the country, and choose the beaver as Canada’s national animal. Now, deservedly so, the dapper mascot appears on every old-photograph styled label.
Founded in 1993 and open year-round, Tinhorn Creek offers one of the valley’s best wine experiences. No matter what your level of wine knowledge, our friendly winery team enthusiastically welcomes you and makes the culture of wine a fun experience. Tasting Room, Gift Shop, award winning Miradoro Restaurant, Self-Guided Tour, Demonstration Vineyard, Amphitheatre – Concerts & Events, Golden Mile Hike, Picnic Area & Patio, and Wine Club. We source fruit from our own vineyards: 150 acres of prime land on two very distinct benches – the Black Sage Bench and the Golden Mile Bench. The unique characteristics of each bench create the terroir-driven wines that are classic illustrations of the place they are grown. Open year-round March-Oct: 10am – 6pm | Nov – Feb: 10am – 4pm. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.