April 28, 2018 1 min read

Our wine tasting flights offer a focused selection of our flagship and reserve wines.  These flights are curated to inform our guests about the history of aromatic Germanic varietals in BC, the potential for Burgundian varietals in the cool-climate, lake-moderated desert of the Okanagan Valley and the culinary roots of JoieFarm.

Our core tasting flight of five wines is $15 with an option for a $5 supplemental tasting of three additional reserve wines. Fees are waived with a minimum purchase of one bottle on a per-person basis. Le Comptoir at Joie Picnique and our oyster shell bocce court are reserved for our tasting room guests only.

Farmhouse Tasting Room Hours:
Open last weekend of April to Thanksgiving Weekend
Thursday to Monday 12:00pm - 5:00 pm
Closed Tuesday and Wednesday

1 Response

Aaron Anderson
Aaron Anderson

May 02, 2018

Heidi was up to visitat Origin yesterday. She asked me to go on line to buy some Anderson’s ( magnums) of Syrahand askfor the “ friends and family” price. On line it wouldn’t let me do it as you need to order 6 minimum. Anyhow let me know you got this and I’ll come by this weekend to pick them up.
Thanks Aaron Anderson

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