Located in the Okanagan's premier grape region, Gehringer Brothers is nestled in the heart of the well-known Golden Mile area south of Oliver. Established in 1985, Gehringer is one of the oldest wineries in the Okanagan Valley producing wines with ripe, sweet fruit and clean acidity.
Opened in May 2011 Gold Hill is a family owned and operated winery. These wines are from made from our own 65 acres of vineyards in Osoyoos and Oliver. The award winning wines are 100% BC grown and are BC VQA so you are sure to taste the highest quality wines.
Hester Creek Estate Winery has its roots deep in this province. Our oldest vines were planted in the rich soil of the Golden Mile Bench in 1968. Today, our estate vineyard produces wines that are a lively, intensely flavoured expression of this place we call home. Tucked against rugged desert bluffs on the Golden Mile Bench, The Villa Suites at Hester Creek overlook a spectacular panorama of lush vineyards and orchards. A luxurious home base from which to explore and experience the Okanagan Valley, our Mediterranean-inspired suites come with comfortable amenities, a homemade, locally sourced breakfast and the best sunrise in BC. Relax on our patios among the vines, browse in the wine shop or dine at Tuscan inspired, Terrafina Restaurant. Come see why Hester Creek is a “True Wine Experience”.
We are small & quaint. Our wines are created hands-on by owner, Deborah Wilde with the help of family & friends, in small quantities for quality control. We believe great wine is an expression of the area it comes from . . . it's grown, not made.
Inniskillin Okanagan winery's signature vineyard, Dark Horse Vineyard, is planted with exceptional quality grapes that are used in red and white wine production. Inniskillin Okanagan Vineyards is known globally as the premier producer of Icewine, and wine lovers may visit to sample Icewine, uncover it's history and learn the process of making wine from Winter grapes.
Jackson-Triggs Okanagan sources grapes from some of the most beautiful vineyards found in British Columbia. These vineyards get plenty of sunlight thanks to the southwesterly exposure they enjoy along the striking mountain slopes stretching above Osoyoos Lake. High heat during the day is balanced by the nighttime cooling effect of the lake, providing optimum conditions for vine growth and grape ripening.