Our second winery of the day was Wesbert Winery, founded by a South African family. They even offer three guest suites on site that are available for stays.
Tasting fee is $10.00/person (for 6 pours) but is waived with a bottle purchase.
It was packed when we went but our servers were kind and friendly. Appreciate how they bring out glasses of water when you sit down (they were the only winery to offer water).
Bottles are in the $19.95 to $44.95 price range.
We bought a bottle of sparkling piquette ($19.95) for home.
They also have a small pizza and charcuterie menu.
The view from the patio ain’t too shabby.
Rosé sparkling 2020 – prosecco style bubbles (merlot grapes).
Bettie’s meritage white 2021 – this is their take on a white “Bordeaux”.
Adelaide white 2019 – blend of gewurtz and viognier.
Rosé 2020 – off dry. This was the base rosé used to make that rosé sparkling.
Gamay 2020 – tasted very young. Felt like it needs some time to mellow out.
Old timer’s red blend 2018 – their version of a big, bold Bordeaux. Blend of 5 reds.
Decent wines at WW but nothing particularly stood out for us.
1465 Naramata Road