Indigenous World Winery


Look at these beautiful labels created by the winery owner’s son!

2017 Muscat White

Grown on a tiny, 2-acre parcel below the winery in West Kelowna, Indigenos’s Muscat is highly floral, complimented by notes of navel orange and ripe grapefruit. With flavors of tangerine, blood orange and candied citrus peel Best served with poached whitefish, baked brie or as soon as company arrives!

2016 Marechal Foch

Grown in a vineyard located in the north most tip of the Similkameen Valley, this robust Marechal Foch leads with aromas of young red fruit, prunes and cocoa. The palate has full notes of stewed dark fruits, blackberry and raspberry. This wine is a perfect accompaniment to roasted quail, blue cheese or when having the neighbours over for dinner.

2016 Ho-We-Nam Ho-We-Nem

This wine has a little bit of it all, fermented in stainless steel tanks then moving into barrels for a handful of months before ultimately becoming bubbles. Notes of tangerine and candied citrus on the nose with apple, pear and lemon on the palate paired with a robust bubble make this wine shine. Pair it with any occasion that you want to make just a little bit more exciting.

2014 Simo

A Bordeaux Blend of Merot, Cab Sauv & Cab Franc.  Valued at  $44.99 a bottle! Simo is Indigenous World’s signature Bordeaux blend in small lot quantities. This wine has been aged for 39 months and comes from the finest Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grapes that grow in the Okanagan Valley. The Winemaker, Jason Parkes has handcrafted and blended this signature wine with the utmost care. This wine is both elegant and complex. Aromas of vanilla, black cherry, and nutmeg with a multi-layered palate first with raspberry and cherry, then anise and coffee, finishing with soft, tannins and notes of black fruit, and tobacco.


Wine shop and tasting room open year round seven days a week from 11:00am – 6:00pm.  Located on Highway 97,  first stop light at the Boucherie Road intersection just off the WR Bennett Bridge on the west side of Kelowna.