#WelcomeBack to Black Hills Estate Winery

As we cautiously begin to head into Phase 3 wineries are doing their part to make your visit as safe as possible under the new normal conditions and guidelines.

Black Hills is another BC winery that is welcoming visitors once again. We already know you love their wines now you have the opportunity to visit.

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Wine Experience Centre – Now Open Year Round!

Please note, due to government restrictions for the 2020 season, we will be accepting a maximum group size of six people. Each reservation will have 60 minutes at each table, so that we can host as many of our winery fans as possible each day. We look forward to hosting you!

Experience the wines of Black Hills Estate Winery! 

Below are our Wine Experiences and Flights:

Portfolio Wine Flight $15.00+tx

This flight features four of our current releases, two whites and two reds (2 ounces of each wine), from our highly acclaimed Black Hills Estate Winery Portfolio. Click here to book!

Red Wine Flight $20.00+tx

This flight features our current release red wines from our highly acclaimed Black Hills Estate Winery Portfolio. This sampling includes four red wines (2 ounces of each wine). Click here to book!

Inquiries: tastingexperience@nullblackhillswinery.com

250-498-06664190 Black Sage Road, Oliver BC
(just south of our original location)
GPS: 49.11007,-119.549184

Open daily for Curb-side pick ups!

Please call 250-498-0666

11:00am to 5:00pm

What to Expect This Summer in Wine Country

It has been a long spring and wine country is excited to welcome you back! We have spent the past month considering at what our 2020 season will look like, and below are some pointers to help you have an awesome visit in the South Okanagan this summer.

One: Travel in small groups

At Black Hills Estate Winery, we are excited to host any groups of six adults or less. Due to new social distancing requirements, many winery tasting opportunities this year will be reflecting a smaller scale. While we’re keeping it small, we want you to have the best experience possible and keep safe!

Two: Call and let us know you are coming

Avoid the disappointment of being told we are fully booked, by letting us know 24 hours in advance that you plan to visit. This way our team can tell you what’s available and we can ensure that your wine experience starts the second you enter our doors!

Three: Bring munchies

Food services, in general, may be limited this season, so we suggest making a reservation with us to enjoy charcuterie with your wine flight. We recommend you travel with snacks and water in your vehicle to stay nourished throughout the day or plan the perfect lunch spot near Black Hills Estate Winery in the beautiful town of Oliver.

Four: Have Nana and Grandpa look after the little ones

Many wineries will be struggling to maintain the new capacity limits as we wish we could host you all! Be as thoughtful as possible, by limiting your personal group size to only those who wish to taste and/or purchase wine. All wineries will have a max capacity of six people to a group.  At Black Hills, we have chosen to host adults only for tastings on our patio space.

Five: Avoid popping by to “just look around”

The Okanagan wine region boasts many artisan suppliers, and the urge to pop in just for a look is certainly strong. That being said, if you only wish to look around, try visiting first thing in the morning, when the wine shops can properly accommodate your requests.

Six: Wondering if you need any personal protective gear when you visit?

It has been recommended by the health minister that we try to use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as often as possible. Although we don’t want to drain our healthcare workers of their valuable equipment, we suggest investing in reusable gloves and masks that you can clean at home.

Seven: Weddings/corporate groups/family reunions

As BC regulates that there will be no gathering’s over 50 people, those of us in the wine industry will follow these advisories closely. We hope to plan for larger gatherings in 2021. They will be just as fun, one year from now!

Eight: Can I still “spit” if I am the designated driver?

Of course, and thank you for being so considerate of other people’s safety! We will have as many disposable options as possible, including spittoons.

Nine: If I book with a tour operator, am a guaranteed a reservation?

We would recommend calling every planned winery in advance, personally, for the 2020 season. We’d also recommend getting the tour operator to confirm that they have booked with each individual winery to avoid disappointment.

Ten: How long can I spend at your winery?

As much as we’d love for you to spend the day with us, we are reserving clients for one-hour timeframes so we can host as many wine lovers as possible!

Some quick facts about Black Hills Estate Winery you need to know:

  • We’re open from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, seven days a week!
  • This year for foodservice we’ll be offering a limited menu between 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM.
  • Please book ahead, as we want to ensure that you have a guaranteed spot.

Be kind and patient, we are trying to host as many people possible this summer!

*Please note we do not allow swimming in our water feature.

Information and image provided by the winery.

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