Good variety of fruit wine & not all of them are sweet either. So if you like sweet or dry wines, they have them both. They have their own vineyard & make their own juices & jams. The juices are sold in stores but don't...More
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I had never heard of this winery and was introduced to the cooking class. Tonight was amazing with Chef Romy Prasad ( check out his new restaurant in Fort Langley, Fortitude in May). The food was fabulous, the wine delicious, service by Pat and Karen...More
Beautiful presentation of products, great variety, plus warm and welcoming staff. I discovered this quaint winery on a 'farm and culinary' tour. After sampling wines, we bought a bottle of exquisite blackberry wine and blackberry syrup. A great place to visit!
Little is known about this winery only because it's off the beaten track. I ran into this gem about ten years ago and I've seen this small winery grow over the years. The winery store not only carries fruit wine but it's also a cozy...More
We stumbled upon this little winery when traveling to White Rock. Thank goodness for the large signs or we never would have know about this place. What a wonderful time we had tasting wines made from fruit-not grapes. The lady serving us was very informative...More
Great place to spend some time - very cool rustic space transformed into a fruit wine tasting mecca! Fortified raspberry wine is worth the trip on it's own (but try them all).
This establishment has good fruit wines, they are generous with their free tasting. The building is a historic grainery turned into the store with lots of original wood and antiques. They have a good variety of gourmet foods and the fruit pies are delicious, peach...More
We stopped on our way from Washington to Vancouver after crossing the border. All of the ladies where very friendly and helpful regardless that they where preparing for a big annivsersary party the next day. The wine is a fruit based wine and we enjoyed...More
Fruit wines, both dry and sweet. Their Bluecran, a combination of blueberry and cranberry can give any dry red grape wine a run for its money and their raspberry dessert wine is summer in a bottle.
Despite the tasting room being set-up for a periodic cooking demonstration (check-out their schedule for more of these), we were warmly welcomed and never hurried. Fruit wines are not usually our taste, but we were able to try many and would even have bought more...More