Our third stop of the day was at Blasted Church Vineyards, which my sister adores. They have some unique branding and labelling.
Follow the signs. If you go up a small hill, you’re going in the right direction.
Cute entrance signs.
They also had a food truck outside, The Chili Cheese Wagon.
Couple more hilarious signs. Continuing with the theme.
Cool that they were playing around with this old style of wine making.
Wish you could jump into this pool.
We dropped in on a Friday afternoon (around 2:30pm). The inside has two areas to do samplings which are $5.00/person. You get to choose four and fees are waived if you buy a bottle.
They only had 7 wines to choose from (three whites and four reds) although their full list had 22. Disappointing that they don’t offer a better selection. Their bottles range in the $18.00 to $45.00 range. Note: prices do not include taxes.
They also had a small blessings limited series tasting ($10.00/person non-refundable).
Old school labels I believe.
Price list for all of their merchandise.
The #blessed caps and repent cups were clever.
At least their t-shirts were on sale ($15.00). Regularly $25.00.
Closeup of their bottles. Prepare for the onslaught of pictures.
One shelf: big bang theory, syrah, cab franc, merlot, cab sauv and cab merlot.
Another shelf: nectar of the Gods, OMFG, OMG and small blessing (viognier, cabernet sauvignon, semillon and be fruitful).
Last shelf: unorthodox chardonnay, pinot gris, pinot noir, viognier, sauvignon blanc, gewurztraminer and Harfield’s fuse.
Cute that you can buy half bottles (375 ml) of their Harfield’s fuse (12 blend varieties) and big bang theory (6 blend varieties).
Sauvignon blanc 2017
Pinot gris 2017
Swear to God 2016
Pinot noir 2017
Big bang theory 2017 – this was our favourite from the bunch so we bought a bottle ($21.50). A blend of six varieties worked wonders.
Cabernet merlot 2016
Happy finally got to check out Blasted Church.
Blasted Church Vineyards
378 Parsons Rd
Okanagan Falls, BC