Nostalgia Wines in Oliver is bringing back their popular Show, Shine ‘n’ Wine event Sunday, June 12 with proceeds going to a local cyclist riding in the BC Cancer Foundation’s Tour de Cure and for Wide Arts National Association.

Nostalgia Wines in Oliver is bringing back their popular Show, Shine ‘n’ Wine event Sunday, June 12 with proceeds going to a local cyclist riding in the BC Cancer Foundation’s Tour de Cure and for Wide Arts National Association.

Popular Show, Shine ’n’ Wine returns to Oliver’s Nostalgia Wines Sunday, June 12

Live music, 60 classic cars, wine, food trucks with proceeds to local rider in Tour de Cure

After a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic, Nostalgia Wines (formerly Oliver Twist Estate Winery) is bringing back its popular Show, Shine ’n’ Wine this Sunday, June 12.

They are offering a fun day of street rods, custom classics, muscle cars and more. The Oliver-based winery is expecting 60 classic cars.

Live music from rockabilly band The Dixie Fried Hep Katz, a food truck, a drinks garden by North Basin Brewing and Nostalgia Wines, and their always-entertaining Pin Up Girl contest.

“As a family business, we like to support causes close to our hearts. Accordingly, this year we are supporting the BC Cancer Foundation’s Tour de Cure. A local cyclist will be at our event to raise cancer awareness and funds,” said Nostalgia Wines on their event page.

In 10 years, the BC Ride has raised more than $96 million to support more than 47 world-leading research projects underway at BC Cancer, advancing care and providing hope to the 77,000 people facing cancer across British Columbia.

The Show, Shine ’n’ Wine will also be supporting Wide Arts National Association. Its mission is to actively create and deliver a wide array of arts and culture experiences to foster the health, development, appreciation, understanding and enrichment of community in the South Okanagan.

Come prepared to support these fundraising efforts through a silent auction and other prize draws.

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