Tinhorn Creek Vineyards

Details

Hours

March 1st – May 17th : 10am-6pm | May 18th – September 1st : 10am-7pm
September 2nd – October 31st : 10am-6pm | November 1st – February 29th : 10am-4pm
Open Daily, Year Round | Closed: December 25th – 26th & January 1st

GALLERY

  • Tinhorn Creek Oldfield Reserve label launched Spring 2017
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  • Andrew Windsor - Winemaker - Tinhorn Creek Barrel Cellar
  • Tinhorn Creek 18 - Nora Hamade Photog
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  • Tinhorn DSC_8221e - Chris Pouget Photog
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  • NEW Tinhorn Creek Varietal labels launched Spring 2017
  • Crush Club party Oct 2016 - Lionel Trudel Photog (5)

The People Who Make It Happen

Andrew Windsor – Winemaker
Andrew Moon – Viticulturist/Vineyard Manager
Korol Kuklo – Assistant Winemaker
Jan Nelson – Senior Brand Manager

About Tinhorn Creek


Established in 1993, Tinhorn Creek Vineyards is located just south of Oliver B.C. in the famed Golden Mile Bench sub-appellation. As a leading winery destination evoking classic south Okanagan terroir, Tinhorn Creek Vineyards clearly stands out. Crafting wines that rank among the world’s best, the winery grows 150 acres of grapes on its two vineyards on the spectacular Black Sage and Golden Mile benches. There are many steps between the field and the bottle, but at the end of the day it’s about farming the land responsibly, having fun, and making wines to share with family and friends. Tinhorn Creek offers an unrivalled visitor experience. Sample exquisite estate-grown wines at the tasting bar or private tasting room. Soak up wine country at the award-winning Miradoro restaurant, with its panoramic views. Hike the Golden Mile Bench trail, take a yoga class in the vineyard, or enjoy one of their popular guest chef dinners. Visitors can picnic on the winery’s beautiful dog-friendly grounds or kick off their shoes and dance during a concert at their summer Canadian Concert Series at the outdoor Amphitheater. Open seven days a week, Tinhorn Creek was the first winery in Canada to be certified as carbon neutral. Always innovating and completely unique, it maintains its commitment to land stewardship, conservation, community and sustainable practices to this day