NEW: Effective July 1, 2021: BC Enters Step 2 of BC’s Restart: A 4-step plan to bring us back together.
At the guidance of WorkSafeBC and the Provincial Health Officer, we are now following BC’s Restart Four-Step Plan to bring us back together.
- As of July 1, 2021 there are no group limits for indoor and outdoor dining. Note, some wineries may still limit six people or less, so please take the time to check in with wineries in advance of your visit to book a tasting or winery experience.
As we continue to navigate our new normal, BC wineries are ready to welcome you back with the same warm and friendly hospitality you expect from us, while doing everything we can to ensure the safety of our people, our community, our visitors and guests. With new, elevated winery experiences, and our 2020 vintages hitting the shelves, we are honoured and excited to welcome you to BC wine country.
From the beginning of this global pandemic, we have prioritized the health and safety of our people, our partners and our community, and we’ll continue to do so. We love to connect and celebrate over a great bottle of wine and we look forward to being able to do that with you again, safely and thoughtfully.
Be sure to connect directly with wineries in advance of your visit to ensure a smooth and easy winery experience. And while we are working hard to take care of your health and safety, we ask that you do the same for us and please stay home if you are feeling unwell or have flu-like symptoms. Online orders and delivery are always available at your favourite BC winery if you are unable to visit at this time.
See you soon.