There’s Still A Lot of Delicious Left This Summer

Our late summer menus are a hit. And why wouldn’t they be with all these incredibly flavourful ingredients prepared with love? If you want to taste Naramata in all its glory, NOW is the time.

New Menus, Talent, Reviews and Recipes + Booking Updates for Fall and Beyond at Naramata Inn

New Menus, Talent, Reviews and Recipes + Booking Updates for Fall and Beyond Hello August! Waking up to blue skies, lake views and that Naramata magic this morning has our team feeling great. We can’t wait to greet you here in person. New Menus! Our just-launched mid-summer dinner, lunch, dessert and wine menus are bursting … Read more

#ThisWineThatDish with Roche Wines | Mushroom Soup

Château 2017 is the second vintage of a new trandition of Grand Vin. Aged 18 months in 50% new French oak. Unfined and unfiltered. 

Exciting Things are Blossoming this Spring at Naramata Inn

All the signs of spring are emerging here at Naramata Inn: we’ve seen bud break in our local vineyards, our orchards are bursting with blossoms, and our new menus are filled with the first of the season’s asparagus and rhubarb.

#ShiptoSip 2021 with Roche Wines

These wonderful wines from the Roche winery with deep roots in French tradition celebrate their 10 year anniversary. Whether you have a reason to celebrate or not this year each bottle of wine contains its benchmark shared passion for soils, vines and wine.

Three Marvellous BC Wines to Celebrate Malbec Day on April 17th

Malbec wines are dry, full-bodied, and exhibit rich, dark fruit nose and flavours like blackberry and red plum. They’re juicy and jammy, with notes of vanilla, tobacco, dark chocolate, and oak. With medium acid and moderate levels of tannins, they pair well with food.

#ShiptoSip 2021 with Upper Bench

Is this perfect? Wine and cheese, it doesn’t get any better! Minimalist winemaking with hand-tended vineyards and thoughtful winemaking.

#ShiptoSip 2021 Laughing Stock Vineyards

Generally speaking, our white wines are meant to be drank within two years of release and our red wines have cellaring potential of 7 to 10 years.

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