Introducing the

MT. Boucherie Estate White Label series

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2020 Rosé
2020 Rosé

2020 Rosé


A bone dry Rosé with notes of watermelon, strawberry, spice, and orange zest.  Low alcohol and refreshing acidity keep it lively. This wine is a perfect aperitif but can also handle light tapas and summer salads.

Product Profile: 2020 Rosé

  • 2019 Rosé - 90 Points - Rick VanSickle
  • 2019 Rosé - 89 Points - Daenna Van Mulligen
  • 2018 Rosé - Silver - Okanagan Wine Festival Society Best of Varietal Awards
  • 2018 Rosé - 89 Points - Rick VanSickle
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2020 Riesling
2020 Riesling

2020 Riesling


Fermented off-dry, it showcases bright citrus infused acidity off set by a kiss of honey. 2019 offered up amazing acidity that will pair perfectly with rich white meats, charcuterie, and spice driven cuisine.

Product Profile: 2020 Riesling

Awards and Reviews

  • 2019 Riesling - 91 Points - Kristof Gillese
  • 2019 Riesling - 88 Points - Anthony Gismondi
  • 2017 Riesling - 89 Points - Rick VanSickle
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Mt. Bubbles Sparkling Wine
Mt. Bubbles Sparkling Wine

Mt. Bubbles Sparkling Wine


An off dry style of sparkling made “Frizzante” style. This wine is full of vibrant acidity, and green apple aromas. Perfect as an aperitif or with light flavours dishes, summer salads with goat cheese, shellfish.

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Located on the slopes above Okanagan Lake in West Kelowna lives Mt. Boucherie Estate Winery. First started as a grape growing business in 1968, we soon became one of the largest vineyard holdings in BC, farming 200 acres of land in both the Similkameen and Okanagan Valleys.  

In 2020 we opened the doors to our brand new Wine Experience Centre. We're proud to now be home to good times, great wines and food to feed the soul.



Managing 300-acres spanning across five vineyards in the Okanagan and the Similkameen, Vineyard Manager Brett Thiessen, envisions a time when the soil is healthy and full of life and each site is farmed as its own ecosystem.

"We have some of the most beautiful vineyard sites in the valley and it is my goal to start farming with nature instead of against it. The conversion to organic is going to take time, but we are starting this year
{2019} by removing all synthetic chemicals from our vineyards in order to build a sustainable relationship with our soil and our vines. This shift is not only safer for our team, our neighbours and our environment, but it will inevitably lead to the consumer having more honest, pure wines with a true sense of place.”