The view from See Ya Later Ranch is going to be a big part of the experience at this year’s Chef meets B.C. Grape on June 27. (Photo courtesy See Ya Later Ranch)

Tickets on sale for Chef Meets BC Grape Okanagan food and wine festival

The festival brings 40 wineries serving over 200 wines together with 12 local chefs

The fourth annual Chef Meets BC Grape Okanagan brings 40 wineries to Okanagan Falls in June.

Alongside the 200 different wines, 12 Okanagan chefs will be showcasing their individual culinary styles with dishes for guests to enjoy.

“This event truly highlights the incredible Wines of British Columbia, and we’re looking forward to supporting the Okanagan Wine Festivals Society as they lead the festival in its fourth year,” Miles Prodan, president and CEO of the BC Wine Institute said in a release. “It’s an exceptional event that not only highlights the diversity of our regions, but also provides guests with the opportunity to experience all that the Okanagan has to offer as they mingle with local winemakers, enjoy exclusive dishes from top chefs and take in breathtaking views of BC wine country.”

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The focus is on the products of B.C., any and all things raised, crushed, and grown in the province.

The wine and food festival takes place on the grounds of See Ya Later Ranch in Okanagan Falls on June 27.

The festival also features interactive chef demos, entertainment, and on-site pop-up wine store for guests to pick up their favourite wines before they leave.

Tickets for the festival are on sale now, with early bird pricing available until March 31, and can be purchased at

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