If you enjoy checking out architecture when you travel, then these local wineries should be on your must-see list.
Kelowna is the birthplace of BC wine (if you want to find out how it all started, watch this video), and with 40 wineries in and near Kelowna, West Kelowna and Lake Country, it’s easy to visit a number of incredible wineries to enjoy your favorite wines or try some new ones.
Wednesday, April 4, 2018 4:00 PM by Jennifer Schell
April is #BCWineMonth and spring release time in wine country, so the buzz is palpable! After the long winter, winophiles will now be rewarded for their patience with news of the fabulous new vintages making their debut on the wine scene.
Fall is a wonderful time of year to visit restaurants in Kelowna. How can you not feel good about sitting down to a meal knowing the head chef and his team scoured the local farmer’s market that morning selecting fresh produce and other ingredients for its preparation?
There's no such thing as a bad time of year to visit the Okanagan. In the fall the temperature is just right, there's always a lake or a mountain close by, and there is a bounty of delicious local food and drinks right at your fingertips. In the Fall, though, this warm and fertile valley serves its most prized delights. Here are just some of the reasons why you'll want to visit the Okanagan in the Fall.
While the weekends in Kelowna can be busy, the city slows down a little bit mid-week and allows to explore with ease.
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.
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.
This time of year is exciting for foragers, farmers, gardeners, and all enthusiasts of locally grown products as the Okanagan growing season kicks in for another delicious year.
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