Choose One of Our Regional Wine Tours

or Combine venues from more than one area for a truly customized tour experience!

* Up to 5 venues can be chosen for a tour.

* All tours include: door-to-door service, a lunch stop (cost of lunch not included),
all venue and tasting fees, bottled water and light snacks.

The Heart & Sol Difference…

Your experience with us is all your own, no need to share! Every tour we operate is private, we will never add other passengers to your tour. Your personal enjoyment of the day is our top priority and private tours allow our guests the opportunity to relax and be themselves: your tour, your way.

Prices shown are per person, based on a four-person tour occupancy. The price we quote you will be adjusted accoringly to reflect a larger (or smaller) party size. Please contact us today for a personalized tour quote.


$125 + GST

Lakeshore Wine Route – come discover the beauty and the heritage of the Okanagan’s oldest vineyards. Tastings, tours and dining, all a short scenic drive from downtown Kelowna.


$125 + GST

Kelowna’s Magical Winery Tour. Just minutes from downtown Kelowna, a little out of the ordinary, this tour is unique and boutique, it’s five miles of fabulous, grape fun!


$139 + GST

Journey along quiet, backcountry roads through lush orchards and rolling green hills.  Add in spectacular lake views and diverse, award winning wineries and you will see why the “Scenic Sip Trail” is so aptly named.


$135 + GST

Rural and sophisticated, the Westside Wine Trail offers a memorable wine touring experience of family-owned wineries, art and culinary delights. All this within minutes of downtown Kelowna.


$149 + GST

A peaceful meander off the busy highway lies Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive; a unique group of award winning wineries offering distinctive wines and charming personalities.


$159 + GST

Enjoy one of the premier grape growing regions in Canada. Naramata’s wineries enjoy presenting their renowned wines, wineries and events in relaxed and fun ways. A wine lover’s favorite for sure.

Wine Tour Experience

The Okanagan Valley, nestled in the southern interior of British Columbia. It is beautiful, scenic, picturesque, quiet, charming, growing, thriving…, it is hard to find all the words that describe the piece of paradise. With an annual average of only 345mil of precipitation, the hills that encircle the valley get an very arid or desert like look to them as the summer temperatures can climb above 30 °C and persist for weeks.

The City of Kelowna is situated on the east side and roughly in the middle of Okanagan Lake, where the only crossing of the lake, the WR Bennett Bridge lands just south of the City Park. A new bridge with 5 lanes, was built in 2005-2008 to replace the original floating bridge, which opened in 1958 with 2 lanes {reconfigured in 1984 to 3 lanes}. With a surface area of 351 square kilometers and over 200 km of shore line, Okanagan Lake is the largest in the valley. It has an average depth of 76m (one area at near Grants Island is near 230m) and at 135km long & 3km wide, connecting the valley by water from Vernon to Penticton.

There are so many activities to take part in here in the Okanagan, no matter what time of year, no matter what your passion or hobby, it truly is four seasons play ground. Water sports galore; go on a leisurely tour of the lake, take a out paddle board, go wind surfing,Sailing, take a jet boat ride, jump on a Sea Doo, go fishing, or just relax on one of the beautiful beaches. Take your pick from the growing number of outstanding golf courses and swing the day away. Take some time to see some of the wonderfully talented artisans we have in the area, from painters and potters to jewelry and cheese makers, honey producers and Lavender oils. You could visit the oldest Family Run Orchard {est. 1933} , and or the oldest Family Run Winery in B.C. {est. 1972}. A little way down south from Kelowna there is a 1912 Steam Train to take you back in time.

There are so many wonderful things to see, Kangaroos for instance, oh yes, we do. Have you ever seen a mountain that looks like a cake? We’ve got one here, 15 minutes from down town Kelowna. Feel like a breathtaking view filled walk or a bike ride on a rail bed built by hand, (including two tunnels and eighteen trestle’s) at the turn of the last century, you can do that here too. A littler more adrenaline required to keep you happy? Zip-Lining and a ride through the bush on a Quad will help. With three amazing Ski hills in the area, the snow enthusiasts are covered for sure.

Also, there is Wine ??. Wine is good, Wine is great, you do not want to run out of Wine while in the Okanagan. You could on a private or group tour, find those very special out of the way small production wineries for a memorable way to spend a day. With over 200 vineyards and over 120 wineries’, the Okanagan Valley has come a long ways since the first vineyard was planted in the Okanagan at the Oblate Mission in Kelowna in 1859, planted by French Catholic priest Charles Pandosy. One winery, Calona Wines founded in 1932, remains from that period and was the first commercial winery in British Columbia and remains the oldest continuously running winery in the province.

Nearly every style of wine is now produced in the Okanagan Valley, still, sparkling, fortified, dessert wines and ice wines. There are now more than 60 grape varieties grown (including but not limited to), Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Marechal Foch and Cabernet Franc. Many German varieties are still found throughout the Okanagan as well, (including but not limited to) Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Bacchus, Optima, Ehrenfelser, Kerner, recent plantings include Sangiovese, Syrah, Tempranillo, Trebbiano, Pinotage, Malbec, Barbera and Zinfandel.