Okanagan Wine Tours
Wine Tour Information & A Complimentary Wine Tasting Sheet For You!
Okanagan wine tours are meant to be relaxing, fun, laid back, and most importantly...tasty!
Canadian culture is friendly, and except for the most formal of occasions, you'll find wine touring casual and easy going.
No need to be a wine expert here; simply relax and enjoy your best wine tasting experience.
When you experience Okanagan wine tours and tasting, you will experience flavors and aromas that reflect the unique natural and agricultural heritage of BC.
Elephant Island Winery - Naramata, BC
Tree fruits such as apples, apricots, peaches, pears, plums, blackberries, and cherries, which have been grown here for a very long time, contribute largely to many red and white wines, fruit wines, and dessert wines.
As well, many of the native trees and shrubs, such as sage, clove, elderflower and honey contribute to the unique flavors and herbal aromas of many Okanagan wines.
A Complimentary Wine Tasting Sheet For You
If you're visiting a number of wineries, you may be tasting 4 - 6 different types of wine at each one, so it's helpful to write down a few notes about the wines you experience for purchasing later. So, we've created a simple wine tasting sheet that you can print off and take with you on your Okanagan wine tours.
View and print this wine tasting sheet. You can either print copies directly from the web, or download and save it for later! - Cheers!
Wine Tasting Terminology
If you're new to wine touring and tasting, here is some basic wine terminology that may be as unfamiliar to you as it was to us when we first started our own Okanagan wine touring.
It's fun to learn and having a bit of basic wine knowledge can come in handy - that way you can focus on sipping ;-)
Some common wine terms you may come across here if you explore the world of Okanagan wine tours include:
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