Blasted Church Vineyards

Okanagan Falls

Types of Wines

Pinot Noir
Cabernet Sauvignon
Pinot Gris
Mostly Reds

Along the scenic Corkscrew Drive between Penticton and Okanagan Falls overlooking the east side of Skaha Lake, you will come upon Blasted Church Winery on 378 Parsons Road.  You will have arrived.  Owners Evelyn and Chris Campbell tastefully played up the history of the holy structure that houses the winemaking operation, with wine names such as Cross to Bear and Small Blessings and so on.

Sean Morrison purchased a majority interest in Blasted Church in the summer of 2020 – Sean was attracted to Blasted Church because of its iconic brand in the BC wine industry.

Blasted Church is a small Okanagan winery named for a group of pioneers who were sent to a mining camp by Skaha Lake one early morning in 1929 to dismantle an old wooden church.  The crew used dynamite to loosen the main structure from the foundation, and only the steeple was sacrificed in this risky endeavour.  The crew was able to relocate the church to its current location in Okanagan Falls. Alas, the name Blasted Church.

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.  Corkscrew Drive includes other intriguing wineries such as Stag’s Hollow, Painted Rock, and Wild Goose, to name a few.

Lisa Baxter-Burke
Scenic Point
Wine Tasttings
Customer Washrooms
Pets Allowed
Free WiFi
Wheelchair Accessible
Picnic Area
Picnic Food Available
Inside Facilities
Outside Facilities
Per-person admission:
Hours of operation:
Monday-Friday 11am-4pm
Large group (6+) policy:
Booking required