Starting from $149 for a Full Day (5 wineries, Est. 7-8 hour day from Kelowna, Lunch Reservation)

(All pricing excludes 5% GST)

Search our online booking system for tours you can join, or contact us and you may be able to start a tour for others to join.

Alternatively, make your own schedule and enjoy an Okanagan Falls Wine Tour crafted just for you and your entourage. 

Enjoy a beautiful scenic drive down to Okanagan Falls. This hidden gem lies between Skaha lake and Vaseux lake, showcasing spectacular canyon scenery and many celebrated wines. A semi-arid climate with warm days and cool nights helping to maintain the acidity of the grapes. Expect crisp Rieslings, bouncy Pinot Noirs, and rich Syrahs.

You may visit some of the following wineries on this tour:


We take pride in being the catalyst to an incredibly fun, and memorable experience. Our guides are there to provide exceptional service, information about the local area, and an atmosphere that's personalized for you, and your occasion. If you want to satisfy your thirst for knowledge, we can introduce you to the experts who enjoy telling you about their history, production, and what makes them unique. 

All our tours include:

1) A knowledgable & socially aware local tour guide

2) Pickup and drop-off at your accommodation

3) Tasting and venue fees

4) Tastings at 5 wineries

5) Fresh artisan snacks, dark chocolate, and bottled water

6) Premium comfort luxury new vehicles, all climate controlled.

7) Delicious lunch options to suit various budgets (picnic, food truck, winery/restaurant lunch reservation)


BC is finally getting serious about the terrior of it's wine. Okanagan Falls is BC's second official sub-appellation allowing everyone to taste the distinct difference of the wine produced in this area, as it will have an exclusive label. Defining boundaries have been drawn on maps and soils have been tested to great length. The grapes within these perimeters benefit from the complex glaciofluvial soil deposits (a diverse range of sand and gravel left by glacial meltwater over thousands of years).


The Okanagan falls area is currently dominated by Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir which suits the slighty cooler climate when compared to the Oliver and Osoyoos areas 30mins south. However, there are several outstanding and interesting varieties grown which we recommend: Gruner Veltliner (Austria's most popular white); Albarino (popular in Portugal and Spain); and Gamay (made famous under Beaujolais appellation in France).