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Therapy Vineyards, Naramata

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  • First off, wines are great, so make sure you visit, but don't expect the degree of professionalism that used to be there. I was somewhat surprised by how much sipping was going on behind the bar, we k...  more »
  • The lady serving us really blew our experience out of the water she was so friendly and she really explained the wine along with pairings. She knew we had never tasted the wine there so she let us tas...  more »
  • Beautiful views, and great white wines! You go into the Farmacy (Wine Shop) and taste some of Freud's best namesakes - Freudian Sip, Fizzio Therapy, etc. Lots of fun.  more »
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  • THERAPY VINEYARDS Therapy had the first sparkling I don’t utterly despise, and that says a lot. What an adorable concept to model a winery after therapy, that is according to Wikipedia, the attempted remediation of a health problem… You know, like alcoholism. Well, that got awkward real fast. The irony for those oblivious being that overindulgence of Therapy may require one to seek therapy. Before someone claims I am disparaging a serious addiction (refuting the claim of a disease), I’ll add that wine is the last choice for those addicted to alcohol with vodka being number one…and here is my segue to praising a winery. Seriously, Therapy is a great wine and a great winery, more so because the location is as much a marker for distance traveled than anything else. My girlfriend and I were on vacation through Okanagan wine country. Over six days, we visited sixty wineries. You can follow our various locations with this disclaimer. That’s sixty wineries, not an exaggeration. We ended the trip with 120 bottles acquired. Several were from Therapy. We had a hotel in Penticton, a common choice rather than the alternative in Naramata. On two occasions, we elected the former as our base of operations. It’s way easier than to work from the latter given there is no-through-road past Naramata. This leaves two options. One, you start close and work away from Penticton, or you start at the end and work your way back. Given this review encompasses two winery trips in the region (the second only a few weeks ago), I can declare we have done both, and each time, Therapy was the furthest winery reached, making it also a mile marker. A wine mile marker…a wile marker…cough. I have been told there are strong wineries past that, but none with the name recognition of Therapy. The parking is ample with a sizeable tasting room boasting considering merchandise outside the assumed bottles of good wine. And good they are, not just the Fume Blanc I still have in my collection from last year but the Freudian Slip and Pinot Gris as well. The tasting room and overall decor is nothing to extol off the mountaintop, mind you, your typical dominant stained wood with diamond wine rack behind the bar—obviously inspired by Mission Hill in Kelowna. The host was more delightful than expected, showing both charisma and product knowledge. And I was impressed at least on this day their wine is poured into a decanter before passed onto tasters—the only place I have ever been to that did that. It might have been situational, but ultimately every review is. Regardless of how you approach a tour to the region, Therapy is a definite destination, and worth more than as a signpost.
  • Take a Therapy to laugh again. With the wine from the therapy Vineyard you will better laugh.
  • delish wine, delish view, awesome staff.. can't wait to go back! Our fave was "Freudian Sip" Great wine!
  • Amazing therapy.... Wine and a great view!!! Great people working here!
  • OK wine for the price. Great view.