As winter kicks off, our local wineries will be sparkled up for the holiday season. Heading to a winery is a wonderful way to support local, and get into the spirit with your friends and family, and to pick up wines to enjoy over the holidays.While you are there, you can also get some holiday shopping done with wine-themed gifts—wine or wine club memberships will make for many smiles come Christmas morning.

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From Summerhill Pyramid Winery, with its beautiful vineyard scapes, winding to downtown Kelowna's urban winery, Sandhill Wines, here are some wineries to visit with recommendations for fine Okanagan wines to savour this holiday season!

1. Summerhill Pyramid Winery

Summerhill Pyramid Winery is THE place to load up on your holiday sparkling wine. Do make sure to buy a few bottles because um… bubbles pair perfectly with everything!

2. CedarCreek Estate Winery 


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CedarCreek Estate Winery is where to snag a bottle of award-winning Riesling and also maybe a bottle of supple bright Chardonnay or their deliciously floral Rosé to pair with your turkey. 

3. The View Winery

The View Winery offers wines galore as well as Wards Cider, all on cue for fabulous holiday celebrations. The Bling wine in a can is also the perfect accoutrement for skating and snowshoeing.

4. Sperling Vineyards

Sperling Vineyards award-winning Old Vines Riesling is also a great pairing for your holiday turkey. And also make sure to pick up some Orange Wine-- the beautifully-hued Pinot Gris is all the rage in the wine world.

5. Sandhill Wines


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Sandhill Wines has a variety of labels and award-winning wines to choose from. I love the Sandhill Small Lots program – impress your guests with a varietal they might not have tried before like the Viognier or Barbera.

*This article was originally published in November 2019 and has been updated for accuracy.*

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