Oliver/Osoyoos Wineries

COVID-19 update:
Following BC’s provincial health guidelines, we are adjusting our business to this current situation and wanted to update our guests of the changes. We care deeply about the safety of our guests and tour guides, and as you know, we work closely with many tourism partners, who are doing the same.
We will do our best to keep a 2 metre distance when traveling to each winery/brewery, the vehicles with be sanitized before and after tour, and disposable masks and water bottles are provided if you do not bring your own. We also have eliminated some lunch stops at this time to reduce potential exposure, and we ask that you carry your own purchases to the vehicle.
At this time, we are offering wine tours with a minimum of 4 guests.
It is possible to take a larger groups, but there are some limitations. Please call the office to confirm what is available.
**COVID-19 changes and updates are constant in the tourism industry, so the website might not reflect those changes right away.
Please call the office for any questions and we can chat about tour options for your group.
1. Anyone showing flu like symptoms in the last 10 days is asked to postpone their visit
2. Anyone who has been outside the country or has been in contact with anyone with COVID-19 symptoms is asked to postpone their visit for at least 14 days from that date.
Here is a link to safety measures to consider https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/prevention-risks.html#p
We are all in this together.

As a region, and in comparison to neighbours in the United States and over in Europe, the Okanagan is young. Growers are experimenting, and varietal plantings can boom or bust. Fortunately, we’re seeing more of the former with a number of strong contenders; we’re establishing what can grow – and what grows well and can best reflect the region.

Principal varietals, planted according to acreage, are: Osoyoos – Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah. Oliver – Merlot, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon. With the diversity of growers in the region, there is as much diversity in plantings. From Pinot Noir to Tempranillo, Riesling to Viognier, the expression of terroir is in a period of exploration and discovery.


Oliver / Osoyoos Wine Tour

Departure Times: 9:00, 10:00 & 10:30am
5 wineries – approx 8 hours – stop for lunch
(the cost for lunch is not included)
Gratuity is not included unless the group is over 8 people.
Minimum four people for this tour.
Tour stops may include: River Stone, Le Vieux Pin, Oliver Twist, Road 13, TinHorn Creek, Borrowing Owl, Black Hills, Covert Farms, Church & State, Hester Creek, Moon Curser, Quinta Ferriera, NK ‘MP Cellars and more.
Tours include: transportation, tasting fees, GST, a fun & experienced tour guide, and water/snack.

$173.25 per person

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