Adega on 45th Estate Winery in Osoyoos

Diana Chan November 25, 2015 Osoyoos, winery


Adega on 45th Estate Winery is right off Anarchist Mountain in Osoyoos, BC. This was our second winery stop in the area. If you’re going to Nk’Mip Cellars, this winery is on the way.


We noticed a few bike tours zooming by and it was a fantastic day to roam around Osoyoos on a bike. No clouds in the sky! I was kinda jealous but I knew my car would protect me against bugs.

The families were originally tree fruit growers in the south Okanagan valley. Now, the folks at Adega on 45th began growing premium grapes in 2009. They are known for their old world charm that meets new world technology in wine production.


Roaming around the vineyard is quite nice. I thought it was cool looking at the grapes and wondering how this becomes wine.


They offer free tastings on all their wine. Its a large open space inside the tasting room. What I liked is that the family members of the estate administer the tastings to all their guests.


I went with the white wines and liked the 2013 Felicidade for its clean, crispy and sweet taste.


M tried the reds and thats more of what he tends to enjoy.


Their patio overlooks downtown Osoyoos on this awesome Fall day. Overall, it was a good visit and definitely make a trip here when you’re in the area.

7311 45 St, Osoyoos, BC



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Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

1 Comment

  1. Fernie Goncalves November 25, 2015 at 4:01 pm

    Nice review on Adega Diana…..we love Adega wine….especially there reds…..I’m Portuguese decent like the owners of Adega…..actually me and my wife walk there a few times a year to have a little picnic with there nice Rose in there nice patio setting…….ps Alex I one of the Owners was born in my home town of Ourondo, Portugal………..Fernie

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