Third winery stop on Canada Day was at Mt. Boucheries Estate Winery.
The inside is small but they have a huge seating area outside to enjoy the outdoors.
Decent view right?
Interesting, they checked our ID’s here; first place out of a dozen wineries that did so.
They had a complimentary entry flight (4 pours, you pick from 5 options) and a reserve flight for $5.00/person.
Entry flight: 2016 gewurtztraminer, 2016 riesling, 2017 rose and 2016 merlot.
Reserve flight (all from the winemaker’s reserve collection): 2016 syrah, 2013 zinfandel, 2014 summit and 2013 zweigelt icewine.
My sister and I shared so that we could taste both. They had a blaufrankisch, a German Austrian wine, on the menu but sadly it wasn’t available yet.
Can’t believe their icewines are so expensive ($88.88 bottle).
A few hats and sauces/condiments that they had for sale.
Again, none of the wines left much of an impression on us. Unspectacular.
Mt Boucheries Estate Winery
829 Douglas Road