Category - Wineries & Vineyards

There are so many great places to check out in West Kelowna that it's challenging to narrow them down. Here are a few of our favourite places to go:

A Kelowna Wine Tour with a View

Monday, August 14, 2017 3:00 PM by Tourism Kelowna

Wine connoisseurs speak of sweetness, acidity, tannin, fruit and body when describing wines. But the perfect wine-tasting experience shares another characteristic: a great view.

Sample and learn the craft of locally made wine, spirits, beer and cider on the Grapes to Grains Trail. This diverse tasting trail is open year-round and can be explored by foot, bicycle, long board, or vehicle.

Our local chefs are thrilled to welcome the bounty that summertime brings to the Okanagan and can’t wait to integrate the newest seasonal ingredients into their menus.

Kelowna's Most Walkable Tasting Trail

Tuesday, July 18, 2017 3:00 PM by Eric Saukarookoff

Beer, wine, cider, and spirits... all within and easy-to-walk 5 kilometres (3.1 miles) with some great stops along the way to eat, shop, snap photos and soak in city vibes.

Wineries with big personalities, great events, live music, and wine pops; Kelowna’s Fab 5 Wine Trail is a perfect way to spend a summer afternoon.

This past weekend, my partner and I took in one of Kelowna’s five Wine Trails. The Fab 5 takes you around East Kelowna to taste great local wines. And these 5 wineries are working overtime this summer to enhance your experience and take it to the next level. 

Bloom is sweeping across vineyards in Kelowna, keeping our viticulture and winemaking teams on the edge of their seats as the delicate flowering stage coincides with a sometimes temperamental late Spring/early Summer weather.

Head into downtown Kelowna for a self-guided, walking tour of award winning wineries, breweries, distilleries, and a cidery that call the downtown urban core home.

Love wine? Me, too! Here’s a local tip: wineries are always introducing new wines and some of them are exclusive, have limited numbers or sell out quickly, so you have to visit the winery to get it