Private Wine Tours / West Kelowna

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The Wine - the hatch wines

West Kelowna

the hatch is home to British Columbia's most diverse array of amazing wines, great times, antique shovels and other eccentric oddities all found well within our delightful shack of funtimery. Feel free to order our wines online for delivery to you and don't forget that hatch looks good on you.

 
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Mt. Boucherie Estate Winery

West Kelowna

The Okanagan/Similkameen is this kind of place. Here winemakers strive to express what’s distinctive about their region, creating wines that are uniquely British Columbian. Our appellations are at the northernmost limit of wine growing, claiming the territory of last frontier. Here, grape quality is ultimately enhanced by the vines’ struggle to yield ripe fruit in a shorter growing season. To some, it might seem miraculous that grapes can thrive here, but thanks to the incredible lakes, hills, and soils, they do, and they do very special things.

 
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Black Swift Vineyards

West Kelowna

Black Swift Vineyards, or as we affectionately like to call her "the hatch in a tuxedo." Boucherie Roads newest winery! Come check our unique and incredible view of Okanagan Lake while sampling our selection of single vineyard varietals or our flock of Screaming Frenzy single varietal wines.

 
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Grizzli Winery

West Kelowna

Rooted in the heart of Okanagan, together at Grizzli we share a commitment to express the incredible diversity of our appellation. Surrounded by mountains and lakes, fortunate for our sunshine and snow, and by experiencing the large diurnal range, we create unique wines that distinguish BC’s premier wine country.

 
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Volcanic Hills Estate Winery

West Kelowna

A Father’s Dream, a Family’s Journey: The beginning. Since the 1970s it was Sarwan Gidda’s dream to grow grapes that would produce world-class wines. This all began when his father, Mehtab Gidda, came to Canada from a small town in East Punjab, India in 1958. Having just $5 in his pocket, a metal plate, spoon, and fork