Summerhill Pyramid Winery, Kelowna

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Take a tour of Summerhill Pyramid Winery, a vineyard that prides itself on producing 100-percent organic wines. During your walk through the vineyards and pyramid-shaped wine cellar, you'll learn the history of the family-run winery and the techniques they use. Talk with the knowledgeable staff about the advantages of organic wines, as well as the challenges of using traditional methods. Sample different bottles and discuss them with your guide, then pick up a bottle of your favorite at the onsite shop. Grab a chair at the bistro to sample farm-to-table dishes, expertly paired with different wines made here. Plan your visit to Summerhill Pyramid Winery and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Kelowna trip itinerary planner.
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  • All Summerhill offerings - the wines, the food- are organic and very tasty. Worth the visit and, if you have the time, try a meal in the restaurant.  more »
  • My lady Cecilia and I participated in the December 21st (Winter Solstice) Ceremony inside the Summerhill Pyramid. Fantastic. There was a Tibetan Monk and a Celebrity from Florida ... as well as ... St...  more »
  • One of the only two completely Organic Wineries in the Okanagan Valley. Owner Stephen Cipes is a true believer in Pyramid Power. All his wines spend time in their custom built Pyramid and test after t...  more »
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  • Beautiful location over looking orchards and the Okanagan Lake. The tour was very informative and the guide was very friendly; eager to answer all our questions. It was very interesting hearing about the purpose of the pyramid and that this is an organic orchard. We were a bit disappointed however by the meal we ordered. Very expensive, small portions and the taste wasn't great. Over all, this is definitely a great spot to visit. I would recommend this place to a friend.
  • We booked for 6:15pm, party of 7 (4 adults and 3 kids). Server was brutal. She took her sweet time doing everything. She too forever to come back and take our orders, I had to ask for a wine list (it's a flipping winery), it took until 6:45 for her to even get us wine (once again, we're at a flipping winery). Our food finally arrived at 7:30, so we had 3 young kids who were starving by this time. I tried to ask for a manager, but it didn't seem like one was around. One of the folks working the tasting room tried to help, and they gave us a complimentary bottle of wine, but for service that brutal, it didn't really cut it. Top that off with our table being attacked by flies the whole time, and it was a really unpleasant experience. The only thing good I can say is that the food was decent. But with many other options available, I wouldn't go back or recommend it to anyone. Cedar Creek winery is not too far from here, and has way better service! Really poor job Summerhill.
  • "Beautiful view" is the nicest thing I can say about our visit. While the fellow doing the tasting went through the motions, he was clearly more interested and attentive to the people purchasing the specific wine he was pushing. We did find a wine we wanted but it didn't seem like anyone wanted to complete the sale. Stood at the cash desk listening to three employees discuss the schedule of another employee for OVER 5 minutes before one of them managed to year themselves away, look at the bottle we're holding and ask if we wanted it. And continued to participate in the employee discussion while completing the transaction. Customer service really needs to be improved if they want return business.
  • This winery is probably one of the most touristic one but it has amazing views of the water on a nice day. They allow you to sample hte wine, very friendly service in many languages. They also do wine tours and you get to check out the pyramid. Definitely consider doing if you want to check that out. Tons of wine selection to choose from here. They are very well known for their ice wine - but this is pricy!! In the summer of 2017, they had a rose that tasted like watermelon, really light and refreshing for the season!
  • The time of day, was evening and this restricted seeing all aspects of the winery. I think the winery has a wonderful feeling, of nature! Thank you to the hard work of all staff and participants.

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