Whether you’re looking to enjoy an Okanagan red by the fire, sip on a craft beer in your hot tub, or mix up a cocktail with locally distilled spirits for your friends, the Big White Beer & Wine Store is a one-stop shop for all your alcohol needs. Located in the lower level of the Village Centre Mall, the Beer & Wine Store boasts an impressive selection of Okanagan-made wines, brews and spirits – not to mention favourites from beyond BC.
You don’t need to spend your life savings on a bottle of wine to enjoy the flavours of the Okanagan! The Big White Beer & Wine Store has curated a list of 20 bottles of red, white and sparkling wine under $20 that will not disappoint – and won’t break the bank!
You’re at Big White for Christmas – why spend the day in the kitchen cooking up a holiday feast when you can be out on the slopes, enjoying metres of Okanagan Champagne Powder, impeccable corduroy and endless glades. Instead, let the pros at Big White do it for you!
Out-of-this-world views, dry, fluffy snow, mild temperatures – there are many reasons the Okanagan Valley is a favourite winter destination. And at Big White Ski Resort, you can enjoy it all while sipping on a glass of world-class vino made within a couple hundred kilometre radius.
Looking for a way to warm up after shredding the slopes at Big White Ski Resort this winter? Well, Underground Pizza’s massive new hot sauce collection should do the trick! The popular restaurant, located in Trapper’s Crossing, now boasts a collection of 60 different varieties of hot sauce for guests to spice up their pizzas and donairs with – or drink straight, if they dare!
Big White Ski Resort’s Executive Chef Rob Walker has been named one of six Okanagan-area chefs to compete in next fall’s “Canada’s Great Kitchen Party” culinary competition – for the second time in three years. Formerly called the Gold Medal Plates, Chef Walker competed in the 2016 semi-finals in Victoria, where he was up against nine other BC-based chefs to secure a spot in the finals.
It’s the time of year when nothing tastes better than a cold, frothy pint on a sun-soaked patio. The craft beer movement has taken hold of North America, and Big White Ski Resort is no exception. Use this guide to help you navigate Big White’s craft beer scene – from our very own on-mountain brewery to beer-centric festivals to slope-side patios.
As if the Okanagan Champagne Powder, the snow ghosts and the completely ski-in-ski-out Village weren’t enough to make Big White Ski Resort stand out, we are also the first ski resort in North America to have our very own chocolates – dreamt up, designed and distributed by Executive Chef Rob Walker.
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