Three Sisters Winery

Family owned and operated Three Sisters Winery presents classic Bench varietals with some less common offerings (Tempranillo, Pinot Auxerrois) in a beautiful intimate tasting room at the start of the Naramata Bench

Monster Vineyards

Monster Vineyards is the playful little brother (or sister) of Poplar Grove Winery. Providing a fun take on the local Ogopogo legend, Monster has to be one of the most quirky and fun wineries on the Naramata Bench.

Roche Wines

Roche wines, and their very experienced winemakers brings a wealth of worldly experience and knowledge with an organic, holistic and organic approach to winemaking.

Upper Bench Winery and Creamery

Upper Bench Winery and Creamery showcases the complementary work of Gavin and Shana, a British/Canadian husband and wife team. Together, they celebrate the bounty of the Naramata Bench.

Poplar Grove Winery

Side view of brown building with large bay windows at Poplar Grove Winery, which hosts one of the best restaurants in Penticton. In the distance, hills and lake view. Some vines are at the edge of a grassy area where some people are having a picnic.

As one of the most visible and impressive wineries on the Naramata Bench, it is no wonder that visitors flock to Poplar Grove. he experience inside doesn’t disappoint, with an expansive, airy and modern tasting room showcasing gorgeous views of Okanagan Lake and Penticton.

Da Silva Vineyards and Winery

Da Silva is a family owned winery with deep roots on the Naramata Bench. The family of Richard Da Silva, the winery’s co-owner and winemaker, emigrated to the Okanagan Valley from Portugal in 1955 and purchased an orchard on the Naramata Bench in 1955.

Four Shadows Vineyard and Winery

Four Shadows is a fairly new Naramata Bench winery with a focus on family. Fans of Riesling and (oaked) Chardonnay will enjoy the opportunity to try and buy multiple varieties at Four Shadows. Other vintages include Merlot, Pinot and Rosé.