Thornhaven Winery

Our second winery of the day was checking out Thornhaven Winery. B’s been before and loved their pinot meunier.

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Entrance.

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We dropped in on a Saturday (around 3:45pm). Staff is old school and this was the least friendliest host we had from a dozen or so of wineries we visited.

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Tasting fee is a non-refundable $5.00/person but includes 8 pours.

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Yes, you read that right; four whites, a red, two rosés and a dessert wine.

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All their prices include taxes and deposits.

2018 Brooklyn’s blend
DSC04607We didn’t love this blend as the chardonnay was quite prominent.

2019 Pinot gris
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2019 Gewurztraminer

2020 Horizon

2016 Syrah
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2019 Rosé
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2019 Infusion rosé
DSC04613This was my favourite from the pours we tasted. Smooth, slightly sweet and bubbly.

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We bought a bottle ($20.00) for home.

2018 Decadence
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2019 Pinot meunier
DSC04624This is what we came for. Bought a bottle ($20.00) for home.

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Thornhaven was one of the more reasonably priced wineries.

Thornhaven Winery
https://www.thornhaven.com/
6816 Andrew Avenue
Summerland, BC
(250) 494-7778