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Fitz Wine


From the beginning of this global pandemic we have focused on the health and safety of our guests and staff. 

Vaccine Passports: as of September 13th guests wishing to join us for a tasting will require their second dose of vaccine as per BC Provincial Health regulations. Those wishing to stop in to make a retail purchase, will not be required to show proof of vaccine. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Gordon Fitzpatrick, President



Reserve Tasting

Set apart from the rest

We’re just a little south of Peachland, a little ways north of Summerland on Hwy 97 at the historic Greata Ranch site. It’s quiet out here. Serene. A peaceful oasis on a bench above Okanagan Lake with some incredible views. And, of course, there's all this wine to try too.

Some History


Fruit of one kind or another has grown here since 1901. Our family first came to this quiet site south of Peachland, north of Summerland in the 1940s, and it was memories of peaches tasted here that led us to a 1994 purchase of what was then an abandoned orchard. We trucked away load after load of things like old tires and broken refrigerators, eventually planted vines, and re-established this land’s proud agricultural tradition.

The Family
Featured Products

Sweet and sour. Ripe and crisp. Maybe you can have it all?


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SKU: 4493 1

Close your eyes and take a trip to Champagne. 

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SKU: 1414142

48 months on lees making for one extra special Brut. 


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SKU: 140481

An under-appreciated gem of a grape that thrives in our sunny South Field.


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SKU: 4496

A new addition to the Fitz family. 

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A classic new vintage! 


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Tis the season for a festive holiday drink. 

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SKU: 11111


It’s the defining quality of our site: our wines profile as cool climate, but it’s anything but cool around our Okanagan lakeside vineyard during the growing season. While temperatures will hit 35°C peak summer, the moderating effect of the lake to our east, and shade from the mountain to our west, allow our vines to retain the freshness and acidity of cool climate wines – an especially important characteristic in making sparkling wine.



You can’t rush sparkling wine. Well, you can, but we choose not to. We make sparkling wine with estate-grown grapes using the Traditional Method developed in the Champagne region of France. It can take us up to three years, sometimes longer, to release a vintage, but it’s worth every extra day.

The Sparkle