As you start to plan your next visit to Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country consider that the wineries are adjusting their business practices to offer you safe experiences. This means that some of the wineries you have visited in the past may require advance reservations, so it is a good idea to research your wine touring itinerary in advance.
Rust Wine Co. 2019 Gamay Noir Magnum $5 Per Bottle of Rust Wine Co. 2019 Gamay Noir Goes to support BC’s Hospitality Workers The BC Hospitality Foundation (BCHF) is pleased to announce it will receive partial proceeds from the sale of a BC VQA wine grown and crafted by Rust Wine Co. The winery … Read more $5 Per Bottle of Rust Wine Co. 2019 Gamay Noir Magnum Goes to support BC’s Hospitality Workers
A Valentine’s date to remember on the Golden Mile Bench. Spoil your special someone this love day with an afternoon together at Road 13 Vineyards for their Sweetheart Flight which includes five Road 13 wines paired with their perfect matches of cheese and chocolate – the way to every wine lovers heart ❤️
Wines of British Columbia hosted a Fall Release Tasting – COLOUR for trade, hospitality and media giving us an opportunity to taste BCVQA (Vintner’s Quality Alliance) wines. This designation tells the consumer/wine drinker they are enjoying a wine made solely from BC grapes. A seminar on the Geographical Indications (GI) of British Columbia was presented … Read more British Columbia New GIs and Sub-GIs
The British Columbia Wine Institute is lauding the recent decision by the BC Wine Authority to approve the first sub-appellation in the province. Known as the Golden Mile Bench, located on the western slope of the Okanagan Valley south of Oliver, this marks the first sub-Designated Viticultural Area (or sub-Geographical Indication) of the … Read more BC Wine Institute supports province’s first ever sub-appellation