Naramata Inn is crushing on this season’s warm days, spectacular sunsets and lighter crowds. Add in mouthwatering seasonal ingredients, a $75 dining credit for short-notice Inn stays, and a whirlwind of delicious and creative wines being made all around Naramata.
This wine was ideal for the dish. Crisp with good acidity, fruity and deliciously smooth. Everything I look for in a Pinot Gris. Wonderful aromas of tart Granny Smith apples with ever so light Meyer lemon scents.
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.
Naramata Inn is moving the magic outside. In response to indoor dining restrictions in British Columbia (through until April 19), Naramata Inn is moving service to the heated veranda for lunch, afternoon indulgences, dinner, and weekend brunch.
The Coolshanagh Chardonnay is a fruit-driven wine with stunning minerality that expresses Naramata. The use of large oak barriques, concrete vats and lees aging all contribute to the subtlety and expressiveness of this singular wine.