July Tasting – Indigenous Wines of the Okanagan

Explore Canada’s top Indigenous wineries located in the heart of Okanagan wine country. Nk’Mip Cellars and Indigenous World Winery are pioneering Indigenous-led wineries making an impact with their winemaking and philosophy, bringing diversity and great wines to our glass. Moderated by wine educator DJ Kearney, BA’84, the wineries will lead guests through a wine tasting and discuss their passion for winemaking.

Presented by alumni UBC in partnership with the UBC Faculty of Education and UBC Faculty of Land and Food Systems.


DJ Kearney, BA’84 (she/her) — Wine Educator, Wine Writer, Judge, Presenter and Chef.


Robert Louie (he/him) — Proprietor, Indigenous World Winery
Ryan Widdup (he/him) —  Sales Manager, Indigenous World Winery
Justin Hall (he/him) — Estate Winemaker, Nk’Mip Cellars

Tuesday, July 5, 2022
7:00 – 8:30pm PT
7:00 – 7:20pm – Registration and reception
7:20 – 8:30pm – Wine tasting

Terminal City Club
837 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC – map

Ticket price: $65 per person

Open to everyone. Registration is required.


Questions? Please contact Mishal Tahir at mishal.tahir@ubc.ca.

About Our Featured Wineries


Speaker Biographies

This event is part of alumni UBC‘s Summer Series.

July Tasting – Indigenous Wines of the Okanagan