Elephant Island Winery

Elephant Island winery elephant shaped road sign

Elephant Island Winery is a long standing member of the Naramata Bench wine scene and one of the most distinctive wineries in the area. With their passion for fruit wine, you can expect a diversity of taste and flavours.

Deep Roots Winery

Deep roots winery driveway road sign and building

The ‘Deep Roots’ in question are the Hardman family’s 100+ years of experience farming the Naramata Bench. As many as four generations of family members have toiled land locally!

Lake Breeze Vineyards

Perched high on a hill overlooking Okanagan Lake, visiting the sprawling Mediterranean inspired complex of Lake Breeze is like stepping into a little piece of Italy. The first wines on this property were planted in 1985, making them some of the oldest on the Naramata Bench.

Lang Vineyards

Opening in 1990, Lang Vineyards is British Columbia’s first ‘farm gate’ winery. Despite humble beginnings, the winery has grown substantially and consistently produces an array of high quality, well-crafted wines.


Hosting one of the best views from any winery on the Naramata Bench, Mocojo’s has some tasty wines to match. Lovingly owned and operated by the Oh family, the winery is named after their three children (the first two initials from each in birth order).

Moraine Estate Winery

Located right on Naramata Road, Moraine is one of the most convenient Naramata Bench wineries to visit. It’s also one of the most impressive, with the grand, newly renovated wine shop and tasting room offering unrestricted panoramas of the surrounding vineyards and Okanagan Lake.

Bench 1775 Winery

Named after the address of the winery, Bench 1775 is easy to locate on Naramata Road. Cited as one of the top 8 wineries in Canada and top 4 in British Columbia, this winery is also known for having a spectacular multi-level patio offering unobstructed views of Okanagan Lake.

Terravista Vineyards

Terravista Vineyards brings something a little different to the Naramata Bench, specialising in small-lot white wines made from Spanish varietals.

Black Widow Winery

Wine tourers have a good chance to be served by the founding couple or their children at Black Widow, a small yet underrated family owned and operated winery on Naramata Road. The winery’s name is accredited to the black widow spiders common in the vineyard and throughout the Okanagan Valley.

Laughing Stock Vineyards

Trust us, this winery isn’t one to be laughed at. The double entendre name was coined when the owners decided to leave lucrative careers in the financial industry and follow a dream to open their own winery.