The Westside Wine Trail is first and foremost a wine touring destination. The West Kelowna Vintners Association is the association that markets and promotes the Westside Wine Trail and they aim to create memorable wine touring experiences for visitors to the area. When touring the Westside Wine Trail, visitors can expect to experience tasting rooms, restaurants, art showings, live music performances, culinary classes, special events and luxury accommodation in the form of resorts and Bed & Breakfasts.
Frequently asked questions
You will find many of our wineries open year round along the Westside Wine Trail. Hours vary by season, with the Summer seeing wineries open from 10 am to 7 pm (depending on the winery) and the Winter bringing reduced hours. Watch for special events all year round! It is best to visit each wineries website for exact opening and closing hours. Check our Member Directory for links.
Wines from the Westside Wine Trail wineries are available in restaurants and liquor stores across Canada. Please visit the individual winery websites for detailed information on where you can purchase their wines.
Additional Local Tourism, Industry & Wine Association Links
Visit www.visitwestside.com for tourism information, accommodation, attractions and activities.
For information on the BC Wine Industry visit Wine Growers BC at www.winebc.com.
Bottleneck Drive www.bottleneckdrive.com
Naramata Bench Winery Association www.naramatabench.com
Similkameen Winery Association www.similkameenwine.com
Okanagan Falls Winery Association www.theheartofwinecountry.ca
Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country www.oliverosoyoos.com
Kamloops Wine Trail www.kamloopswinetrail.com
Find out about other wineries and associations across Canada at www.winesofcanada.com
There are so many things to do in the West Kelowna area! People not only come to West Kelowna and the Westside Wine Trail for an exceptional wine country experience, but they also look forward to spending time on our quiet beaches, stopping at our roadside fruit stands and exploring the miles of hiking and biking trails that can be found right out their back doors.