We are proud to own and manage some of the oldest vineyards in British Columbia, growing the best quality vinifera grapes on our estate vineyards in the Okanagan Valley, Golden Mile Bench and Similkameen Valley.



The name Mt. Boucherie refers to the extinct volcano that is the geologic landmark of West Kelowna in the sun soaked Okanagan Valley.  Last active during the Paleocene (or the “Old Recent”) it once rose over 2000 meters high before being eroded by glaciation to its current height of 417 meters above the lake. The soils which were created by this scouring glacial activity are those on which we grow today.

Mt. Boucherie Estates was established as a grape growing business in 1968 with the winery following in 2001. Vineyards were planted in the Okanagan and Similkameen Valleys from the 1960’s and with more being planted today.  The holdings today are over 300 acres.

The winery and vineyards were purchased from the original owners in 2016 with the vision of continuing this historic BC wine company with fresh energy, resources, and ideas.  25% of the vineyards are now being replanted, and a new winery is being built and slated to open in the late summer of 2019.

If you can’t come to the Mountain, then let the Mountain come to you.