Join us for a Memorable Wine Tour of Nostalgia Wines on Saturdays from mid-June to mid-September. A Brand Ambassador will lead you on this hour-long tour of Nostalgia’s property, vineyard, and cellar. Tickets are available to book online here.
The tour begins at 11:00am in the picnic area, where you’ll enjoy a scenic view of South Okanagan, while enjoying your first wine sample and learning more about the BC wine industry and the unique history of Nostalgia Wines.
From there, you’ll take a walk to check out more of the property and learn about 14.5-acre vineyard and our approach to farming, while sampling a second wine. You’ll try a third sample while taking a peek into the winery to learn more about how our wines are made.
We’ll finish the tour in our seated lounge with a couple more samples and we’ll have plenty of time for questions.
Cheese and charcuterie options may be added at this time – let us know in advance if you’d like to add this option (additional fee).
Minimum 24 hours advanced notice needed for reservations. Guests must be 19+ to join. Reservations are non-refundable. If you can’t make your reservation and give us 48 hours notice, we will try to accommodate you on another date.
Please note that this experience is a group tour of up to 12 guests, and you may be combined with other parties. If you would like to request a private experience, please get in touch by emailing [email protected]
This experience is available every Saturday at 11am from June 15 to Sept 14, 2024. If you wish to book it in the off-season, please send your request to [email protected] and we can discuss options.
Recollection Wine Club Members are invited for a complimentary tour for two, per year. Family Status Members are invited for a complimentary tour for four, per year. Please email [email protected] to sign up for your complimentary experience. Learn more about our Member Perks here: https://shop.nostalgiawines.ca/recollection-club/
Tour Guest Testimonial:
Susan – 5 Stars – June 20 2023
“The Memorable Wine Tour (Saturdays mid June to mid Sept) was really worth doing. A small and beautifully situated winery, with some wonderful wines to sip while learning. Our host was Sheila who delightfully shared her enthusiasm and knowledge of the vineyard, wine making, owner, and, setting it apart from other such estate tours, spoke knowledgeably about the whole history of the apples to grapes journey of the Okanagan, adding details of some of what is happening moving forward – dividing and getting approved appellations etc.”