Bordertown Update: Tastings are now by Reservation Only

On Thursday, July 23rd, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry released a revised Public Health Order for all licensed premises in British Columbia. Please review the revised Public Health Order here. The Order focuses on the need to adhere to strict physical distancing measures and emphasizes the requirement to manage group sizes.

Public Health Order Summary

No self-serving

  • Guests must be seated except to use the washroom or leave the premises.
  • Wine may only be served to patrons who are seated.  Once seated, patrons can order wine from their server.

Physical distancing

  • Patrons who are not in the same party must be seated two metres (six feet) apart from one another unless they are separated by a physical barrier.
  • There must be no more than six patrons seated at a table, even if they belong to the same party.
  • Patrons may not group tables together.
  • Once seated, patrons are not allowed to visit other tables.

Tastings by Reservation Only

. We are no longer accepting walk-ins. All guests arriving on-site are required to have a pre-booked appointment with us.

If you would like to purchase wine or cider you are welcome to do so as our Drive Thru es n .

At Bordertown, we are committed to continuing to go above and beyond the guidelines set out by Health Canada.

For July and August, our Tasting Room hours will be Monday through Sunday, 10 am to 6pm.

To book a Tasting, please call the winery at 250-495-3332 (Groups of up to six).


Our new online booking system guarantees a private table for you and your group. Group sizes are a maximum of 6 people.

*The Reservation System will be available starting Monday, August 10, 2020.