• Kelowna Area Wine Trails

    distinctly kelowna wine tours grapesThere are five unique wine trails in the Kelowna area: Lake Country’s Scenic Sip, the Westside Wine Trail, the Lakeshore Wine Route, the Kelowna Fab Five and the Downtown Grapes and Grains.

    Our most popular tours, the Westside Bench Tour with a stop for lunch and our Westside Bench Tasting Experience visit wineries along the Westside Wine Trail. The Westside Wine Trail boasts some of the oldest and most established vineyards in the Okanagan Valley. The vineyards are planted in a mixture of volcanic rock and clay. Many of the wineries are located neat the extinct volcano, Mt. Boucherie. The wineries along the trail include Ciao Bella Winery, Beaumont Family Estate Winery, Kalala Organic Estate Winery, Little Straw Vineyards, Mt. Boucherie Estate Winery, Mission Hill Family Estate, Off the Grid Organic Winery, Quails’ Gate Estate winery, Rollingdale Winery, The Hatch and Volcanic Hills Estate Winery.

    Our next most popular tours are our Eastside Bench Wine Tours which travel along the Lakeshore Wine Route. Take in spectacular lake views at all of the Lakeshore wineries. This wine route is also home to some of the oldest vineyards in the Okanagan Valley. The wineries include CedarCreek Estate Winery, St. Hubertus Estate Winery, Tantalus Vineyards and Summerhill Pyramid Winery.

    Our third most popular wine tour is our Northern Bench Wine Tour which explores Lake Country’s Scenic Sip. The vineyard sites exhibit a diversity of microclimates and the benches are protected from frost. There are six wineries which have come together to promote the Lake Country area wineries. They include 50th Parallel Estate, Ancient Hill Estate Winery, Arrowleaf Cellars, Ex Nihilo Vineyards, Gray Monk Estate Winery and Intrigue Wines.

    Contact us today to book your Kelowna Wine Tour.


    Distinctly Kelowna Tours is one of Kelowna’s largest wine tour companies, offering winery tours, sightseeing tours, agri-tours, culinary tours and adventure tours throughout the Okanagan Valley to individuals and corporate groups.