Howling Bluff Estate Wines

A welcoming place just off the main drag, Howling Bluff may not have a wide selection of wines but each is distinctively theirs. The Pinot Noir is consistently a favourite with wine critics and enthusiasts, winning Lieutenant Governor Award for Excellence in BC Wine a number of times.

Origin Wines

"Origin" wall sign on the wall with wine bottles row on each side

Unfussy and fun, Origin has a simple philosophy – ‘to help you find a wine you love.’ And there’s plenty to love here, from the high quality wines to the spectacular Okanagan Lake panoramas from the expansive lawn patio.

Wesbert Winery

Located right on Naramata Road, Wesbert is one of the newer names on the Naramata bench. The Joubert family, originally from South Africa, took over the winery in 2019. vation of the five grape varietals which grow on the site.

Singletree Winery

Singletree Winery was founded in 2010 by the Etsells, a farming family from the Fraser Valley. There are currently two locations – Abbotsford and Naramata, with the latter being the newest of the two.

Hillside Winery

Housed in one of the most striking buildings around, Hillside Winery is also one of the oldest wineries on the Naramata Bench. Proudly producing wines from only 100% Naramata grapes, Hillside believes in harnessing nature rather than interfering it. The results are a reputation for high quality wines and plenty of awards.

Lock & Worth Winery

Lock & Winery maintains a purist approach to winemaking, focusing on single vineyard wines that are unrefined and unfiltered. Less than 1000 cases are produced each year. Think high quality terroir driven wines made simply and priced reasonably.

D’Angelo Estate Winery

Experience a taste of Italy on the Naramata Bench at D’Angelo Estate Winery. The Naramata Bench isn’t necessarily renowned for red wines (yet!) but if you prefer red wines over white, D’Angelo should be top of your list to visit.

Ruby Blues Winery

Keeping things fun and funky on the Bench since 2008, Ruby Blues likes to show guests a good time. And it clearly works, with Ruby Blues being one of the most visited wineries on the Bench.

Red Rooster Winery

A Naramata Bench mainstay, Red Rooster specialises in approachable yet well-crafted premium wines. Despite being owned by wine giant Andrew Peller (Sandhill, Tinhorn Creek, Gray Monk), the winery still retains a distinctively independent identity.

Little Engine Wines

Specialising in precise grape management, small batch ferments and the finest French Oak, Little Engine aims for perfection in every bottle. Little Engine is an essential stop for wine enthusiasts, especially those who love Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.