For a more in-depth experience, consider our full-day wine tours, which visit five facilities, feature enhanced tasting experiences, and a stop for lunch.
Head North to Lake Country to drink in all that the Scenic Sip wine route has to offer, where cutting-edge trendsetters find fabulous wine. This relaxed tour features a scenic vineyard tour and cheese pairing at O'Rourke's Peak Cellars.
Scenic Sip Wine Tour Includes:
The tasting fees and taxes are included in the tour booking. The full-day tour lasts approximately six hours.
Itinerary: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Public Rates: $189.00 (1-3 guests), $149.00 (4-12 guests), $129.00 (non-alcoholic)
Private Rates: $289.00 (1-3 guests), $249.00 (4-12 guests), $229.00 (non-alcoholic)
ALL RATES PER PERSON. Rates are subject to increase on weekends and holidays. Private tours are not available on Saturdays. Optional Purchase Protection is available at the time of booking. All our tours are led by professional and knowledgeable guides who are passionate about local wine and who are excited to share them with you.
Collection in West Kelowna is NOT available for the Scenic Sip Wine Tour.
PLEASE CALL US AT (250) 864-9453 FOR SAME DAY RESERVATIONS.
Experience an inspiring Wicked Wine Tour and visit award-winning wineries in the Okanagan Valley, and enjoy a sumptuous lunch at a hand-picked local eatery along the way.
6 hours, 5 wineries, 20-25 private wine tastings, paired tasting*, vineyard tour*, lunch
"Our tour was excellent. Visited five wineries; had a spectacular lunch at Gray Monk on the deck, overlooking the lake, the tour guide was very knowledgeable and friendly, and the van was like new and comfortable. My husband and I will definitely use this service again if we make it back to Kelowna."
The Westside Wine Trail is home to some of the oldest and most well established vineyards and wineries in the Okanagan Valley.
Enjoy the serene Kelowna shoreline and wineries defined by beauty and elegance on the Lakeshore Route.
Located near Penticton, Naramata Bench wineries are situated above sweeping sand cliffs that rise from Okanagan Lake, with vineyards that gently slope up to the mountains behind.