Tightrope Winery

Wines worth walking a tightrope for? Well, that depends if you like skillfully made, award winning Naramata Bench classics. The winery’s name refers to the balancing act that is required when making wine.

Marichel Vineyards

Marichel prioritizes in quality over quantity, specializing in small batches of just two classic Naramata Bench varietals – Viognier and Syrah. . The hands-on winemaker spends the majority of his time tending vines, ensuring the formation of fine wine.

Bella Winery

Bella Winery specialises in sparkling wine, the only winery in British Columbia to do so. This family owned winery produces more than 15 different sparkling wine variations, made with the traditional and ancestrale methods

Nichol Vineyard

Nichol's road sign

Nichol’s great reputation for winemaking is purely based on quality, and being one of the oldest wineries on the Naramata Bench means they have plenty of experience to draw from. If you want to try some true Naramata reds, this is the place. Small yet bright tasting room with fabulous views and patio.

Daydreamer Wines

Day dreamer wine tasting building

Daydreamer is a small family owned and operated winery, located almost at the very end of the Naramata Bench. The winery has a focus on sustainable winemaking, with the aim to conserve resources, minimise environmental impacts and keep vineyards healthy long-term.

Serendipity Winery

Serendipity winery entrance gate

Serendipity is something of a hidden gem. From the road, the winery looks unassuming. But true to this winery’s name, it’ll feel like a happy accident as you turn the corner to find one of the most beautiful properties on the Naramata Bench.

Therapy Vineyards

As their slogan goes…everyone needs a little therapy. Wine therapy that is! And what better place to get it then this stunning property overlooking Okanagan Lake. Therapy’s bright and airy tasting room sits on top of a vineyard slope, with plenty of floor to ceiling windows to take it all in.

Kettle Valley Winery

Kettle Valley Winery is one of the oldest on the Bench, being issued only the third winery license for the area way back in 1992. Keeping things modest, the tasting room is located in the garage they used to make wine in during those early days.

Joie Farm Winery

Celebrating the ‘art of good living,’ JoieFarm has one of the larger acreages on the Naramata Bench. Taking a fairly non-interventionist approach towards winemaking, the self-taught owner sways towards Burgundian varietals such as Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Gamay plus Alsatian varietals like Riesling and Gewürztraminer.

Van Westen Vineyards

Any fans of big, bold reds should make a beeline for Van Westen. Despite having over 50 years of farming tradition, the Van Westen family are unpretentiousness and enthusiastic about making great wine.