Blasted Church Vineyards

About The Winery

Blasted Church is a small Okanagan winery located between Penticton and Okanagan Falls, on the east side of Skaha Lake. This winery is named for a group of pioneers who, with dynamite and a little luck, successfully dismantled an old church back in 1929 and brought it 16 miles back to Okanagan Falls, minus a steeple. Like the plucky crew before them, Blasted Church's team of committed, passionate individuals relishes a challenge. For them, it's bringing the very best out of the land and converting it into truly enchanting wines. Blasted Church is well-known for its irreverently-named products and quirky wine labels.

A crew of workers were sent to the outskirts of Okanagan Falls, B.C. one early morning in 1929 to dismantle an old wooden church. This church was erected at the site of what used to be a mining camp overlooking Skaha Lake. Expecting to loosen up the foundation of the church, the crew used dynamite to cause a controlled blast. To their luck the wooden church was not damaged and they were able to relocate the church to its current location in Okanagan Falls. Alas, the name Blasted Church.

Owners Evelyn and Chris Campbell have built a team of talented staff who together make Blasted Church a must visit winery the next time you're in the Okanagan. Blasted Church is part of the Corkscrew Drive which includes other intriguing wineries such as Stag's Hollow, Painted Rock, and Wild Goose, to name a few. 

The Details

378 Parsons Road
Okanagan Falls, BC, V0H 1R0

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