Welcome to Canada's Wine Capital!
When tradition meets innovation, the extraordinary happens.
From Black Sage Road to the Golden Mile and every path in between, you will find yourself in awe of the beautiful landscapes of Oliver, the Wine Capital of Canada.
Fifty percent of all wine grapes for BC are grown here. As you travel through the plethora of wineries you will visit small family estates to large wineries all offering unique charm, great service and award-winning wines. Among the wineries discover a cornucopia of food offerings, from locally made deli snacks to international flavours showcasing local ingredients to interactive cooking classes there is something for everyone and every appetite.
Small Town, Big Adventure
Explore Oliver's Roots
Discover the people, the traditions, the agriculture & culture of this beautiful community.
As you dig into Oliver’s roots, you may be intrigued to learn more. We, the Okanagan people are a proud group and are anxious to share and support each other. With that said, we’d like to share a number of community & neighbouring websites that you may find interesting as you continue to discover Oliver and the Okanagan: Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country, Osoyoos Indian Band, Okanagan Indian Band, Wine BC, Oliver & District Heritage Society, Oliver Chronicle, South Okanagan Chamber of Commerce, Osoyoos, Okanagan Falls, Penticton Chamber of Commerce, Apex Mountain, Golden Mile Bench (Wine BC).
CASK AND KEG FESTIVAL
2020 Date To Be Announced
A Night of Celebrating Local Breweries, Distilleries and Cideries
Cask and Keg is an outdoor evening event focused on celebrating the creations from local and regional breweries, distilleries and cideries. This fun, relaxed evening will be filled with live entertainment provided by Knacker’s Yard, tasty morsels created by a variety of food trucks.
FESTIVAL OF THE GRAPE
2020 Date To Be Announced
Oliver BC in Canada’s Wine Capital. We are also home to Festival of the Grape , the premiere family-friendly event of the South Okanagan’s Fall Festival Weekend. The Festival attracts more than 4,500 attendees annually who come to sample a variety of local and regional wines, dance to live music, and cheer on the fun and chaotic grape stomp. In addition, there are mouth-watering food trucks, an interactive Kids Zone, an artisan Merchant Market and the Fall Art Show and Sale.
District Wine Village – Coming to Oliver
The first village of its kind in Canada, District Wine Village will bring together small batch wine, beer and cider and liquor producers, unique events and creative culinary offerings in one exceptional South Okanagan location.
Situated at the north end of Oliver, District Wine Village is uniquely positioned to bring significant economic development to the region and become a must see destination for visitors to experience a truly distinct taste of the Okanagan.