Listings >> Play Cassini Cellars Cassini Cellars (5) +1 250-485-4370 Write a review Review Share Share 5 reviews TripAdvisor mmmmmmm!!! (5 / 5) on January 27, 2019 This is a winery that I hope we are able to go back to at some point. Very friendly and the staff know alot about the product. Reply TripAdvisor Wine tasting (5 / 5) on January 27, 2019 W ehad the wonderful opportunity to visit Cassini winery in the Okanagan in June. The wines were fabulous. The staff were wonderful…thoroughly loved getting my purchase delivered to my door when we arrived home from holidays! Again…thank you for carefully shipping my case of beautiful wines to my door! Enjoying every bottle! Reply TripAdvisor Wonderful and amazing white wine (5 / 5) on January 27, 2019 My favourite wine is white.. They had an amazing white called Mamma Mia. Apparently it is a very popular seller and I can believe it. The taste is wonderfully fresh and slightly fruity. Reply TripAdvisor The Cadillac of Wineries (5 / 5) on January 27, 2019 This is an elegant winery. It has more of the European style wines. Every wine we tried they explained exactly how each wine was processed. Reply TripAdvisor Prince Gastronome (5 / 5) on January 27, 2019 My girlfriend and I were on vacation through Okanagan wine country. Over six days, we visited sixty wineries. You can follow our various locations with this disclaimer. That’s sixty wineries, not an exaggeration. We ended the trip with 120 bottles acquired Despite being on the u201cwe also went tou201d list of wineries, Cassini Cellars is a worthwhile visit. I’m not going to lie, it’s one of the smaller wineries, and it mimics the design of many of the others like Gold Hill and Tinhorn. nnI said in my review for Tinhorn that there either must have been some collective agreement or there was a huge discount on mustard paint. So, given that single criticism of similitude, why do I love Cassini Cellars? Well, for one, it has an awesome nameu2014I must come clean with that one. If I punch in u201cCassiniu201d in Google, that brilliant Skynet-like algorithm gives me neither the winery nor a town in Australia, but rather the name of the mission to Saturn. nnYou see, Cassini is a name synonymous with knowledge, with four generations of French/Italian scientists stretching two hundred years. So right from the gate, I’m predisposed to like Cassini Cellars. The name here refers to its owner and principle winemaker, so there could, in fact, be a genetic connection. Wouldn’t that be awesome? nnI never asked. I should have. nnThe man himself greeted us and offered a quick tour. The tasting room is one of the best in the region, tall, with hundreds, perhaps thousands, of bottles dominating the walls and tables. I adore the fanatical dedication Cassini has with their wines, one of the few with colossal double magnums reinforced in steel and wood cages waiting for purchase. I couldn’t justify that, so a nominal magnum maximus was enough for me. Adding with a few others, we were eventually able to fill a box to ship back home. Yes, one the few places where we did that. The boxed maximus dominates my shelf to this day. nnIgnoring the resemblance Cassini has with other wineries, it also holds the distinction of being one of the few that could transport you spiritually (not physically, I’m not the character from Jumper) to France or Italy. Despite not hawking tourists with tours, a restaurant, and some trained animal in the corner begging for treats, Cassini is still one of the must-see locations between Oliver and Osoyoos. I also found it cool that when I planned my trip, I contacted nearly every winery, and Cassini himself was one of the few people that responded. That’s got an additional mark right then. nnYou can’t miss Cassini Cellarsu2026literally. It’s on the highway between the two towns, so you would be factually improvident to avoid it. It would be like watching Rogue One and scoffing at Darth Vader’s final scene. It would be like going to Disneyland and not picking a fight with an underpaid actor in an unventilated foam body suit. Why go if you are going to skip the highlights? Cassini is another in a long list of must-see wineries in southern BC, and unlike the others, it’s not all polished paint over particle board; there is real wood underneath there. Yes, it’s not just a pretty face; the wines are actually good, and why else would you come? Reply Rate and write a review Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Your Review Name * Email * Website Your overall rating of this listing: Title of your review: Notify me of new posts by email. Highway 97 32056 Oliver V0H 1T0 BC CA Get directions Play Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Photo gallery All photos (6) Is this your business?Claim it now.Make sure your information is up to date.