Crush - A Fine Wine Affair

Crush, the Belfry Theatre’s annual fine wine auction and tasting event, returns - this year at a new venue, the beautiful Delta Ocean Pointe Resort. This year’s 20-lot live auction features the oldest vintage bottle yet: a Cossart Gordon Madeira Solera Boal from Portugal from 1845 valued at over $1200! But fear not: there will be more modestly valued bottles from France, Australia, BC, and elsewhere, suitable for the entry level bidder as well. Crush also features tastings from BC’s best wineries and cideries, (including your's truly), hors d’oeuvres, live music and more.

NEW Keg Series Cider - Peach Ginger

Another new Keg Series release has dropped at our Tasting Bar. Peach Ginger is a sparkling, juicy peach/apple blend with a refreshing kick of ginger. Perfect to those cooler fall days! Available only at our Tasting Bar, this cider is on tap for tastes and growler fills. Come in for a sip today and let us know what you think!

The Mashing - Edmonton & Calgary

Join BC Tree Fruits Cider at The MASHING – SPIRITS * CIDER * BEER
September 14 & 15 at Remax Field, Edmonton
September 21 & 22 at Stampede Grounds, Calgary

New Keg Series Release: Cherry Peppercorn

Introducing our newest keg series release - Cherry Peppercorn! This authentic cherry/apple blend is vibrantly hued and delivers subtle spicy notes of peppercorn. Come in and try it today at our tasting bar exclusively starting August 31. Don't forget your growler!

Sun Peaks Cider Fest

Join us for Sun Peaks 1st annual Cider Fest on September 8! We will be on hand along with other cideries and craft breweries to deliver an authentic, up-close and unique tasting experience. Upon entry you will receive a souvenir tasting glass and 2 tasting vouchers to use at whichever booths you choose while enjoying live music and small bites from various sponsors. Additional drink tickets can be purchased once inside for $1.

Feast of Fields - August 12

Feast of Fields is a three hour wandering gourmet harvest festival that highlights the connections between farmers and chefs, field and table, and between farm folks and city folks. With a wine glass and linen napkin in hand, you'll stroll across a field, traveling from tent to tent, listening to live music, and tasting gourmet creations from some of the Okanagan's top chefs, bakers, food artisans, vintners, brewers, distillers and other beverage producers.