The Hatch

Our third winery stop of the evening was at The Hatch. They’re known for having eclectic wines.

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Hours.

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Front entrance.

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We dropped in on a Thursday evening (around 6:00pm).

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Sign.

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Merchandise table.

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Service is friendly, young and enthusiastic. Liked how our hostess adapted and curated our tasting based on specific preferences.

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A couple closeup of their bottles and wine club exclusives.

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Tasting fee is $10.00/person and includes 5 pours. We were given a couple extra pours. Fee is waived with a purchase of a bottle.

2020 Sweet P
DSC04307This is a blend of pinot gris, pinot blanc and pinot auxxoris. Didn’t love this one. The end note had a strange, biter taste.

2020 B. Secco
DSC04308Their version of a bubbly made from a blend of a couple different grapes. End note again wasn’t enjoyable.

2020 Müller-Thurgau
DSC04309Subtle and not sweet. This was our favourite of the bunch.

2020 Orange
DSC04310Another German grape (Kerner). We got a hint of a buttery note. This one was interesting.

2018 Gamay
DSC04311This one was smooth and a touch smokey. A touch of tannen at the end but overall enjoyable.

2017 50 Shades of J
DSC04312This was a bordeaux style. Full bodied, black pepper on the nose.

2020 Pinot gris – we bought a bottle ($19.99).

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None of The Hatch’s wines stood out to us but they do bring something different to the table.

The Hatch
https://thehatchwines.com/
3225 Boucherie Road
West Kelowna, BC
(778) 755-6013