Noble Ridge Vineyard and Winery, Okanagan Falls

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#2 of 10 in Wineries in Okanagan Falls
Noble Ridge Vineyard & Winery lays in the Okanagan Valley at the northern most tip of the only desert in Canada. The winery is named for the noble varieties of grapes grown and the ridge that divides the land on which they thrive. But this noble name is more than just a nod to the land. It’s a statement of values and a reminder of the hard work and dedication on which the winery was built.

Jim and Leslie D’Andrea began their winery in 2001. When they purchased the property it had only 3.5 acre of vines. Since then they have planted an additional 18 acres and have grown their dream into an award winning winery. Tending to vineyards and making the wines is all done by hand on site by a team of dedicated workers who strive every day to create exceptional wine that reflects its noble namesake. Guests are always welcome to enjoy the breathtaking views with a picnic overlooking Vaseux Lake or to spend time exploring the vineyard with a tour.
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  • We visited Noble Ridge winery and really enjoyed the visit. The reserve Chardonnay is very good but the “Kings Reserve” Chardonnay is the best we tasted in the Okanagan. The sparkling wine was also ve...  more »
  • I went here with a friend and it was such a great experience. The wine was fantastic and the view was amazing. Our tasting was lead by Dan and he made our visit really special, he made sure we tasted ...  more »
  • Visited this winery with out of town guests and everyone was very impressed with the amazing view and the outstanding service. The tasting experience was first class and the wines sampled were delicio...  more »
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  • This is 1 of the most incredible wineries I have ever been to. The wine was incredible. The staff was very accommodating. The views breathtaking. I have to go back. I'm sure I left a sock there.
  • Wonderful winery! Gorgeous wine and view. So lovely to my puppy...he was so happy even though it was soo hot outside.
  • Don’t dismiss Noble Ridge; it may be small, but it’s also adorable. 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. Two of those bottles were from Noble Ridge, a winery located a stone’s throw from a family of others also worth a visit (Liquidity, Stag’s Hollow, and Wild Goose), and even though Liquidity is by far the star of the region, I would place Noble Ridge as a firm second. Most of this credit falls on the talented servers behind the bar, who were polite, gracious, and delightful in both humor and personality. It could be said a winery rises or falls on the nature of its hosts, and Noble Ridge has hit a home run with these two. The location itself is rather small, perched on an elevation overlooking wood and water. Inside, you’ll find a single crescent-shaped bar and a fridge of preserves, cheese, and meats. Oh yeah, and there’s wine as well. Outside sits another common attribute of wineries in the Okanagan—instead of a restaurant, they offer picnic tables, inviting patrons to take their purchases outside. It’s this practice we’ll advocate on return trips to the area (occurring sooner than you might think). The scenery is majestic, with a splendid view, a picturesque walking path, and wine barrels punctuating the journey. It almost resembles a resort, and unlike Osoyoos, it’s not overlooking a desert. Noble Ridge is a pleasant surprise, highlighted by remarkable hosts in a stately backdrop… ...and yes, for those paying attention, I did just burn through as many synonyms of the word “noble” as I could.
  • Not much of a factory. They just sell you bottles of wines. I did like the corn hole because I beat Deaner 20-6. The bocce ball was good too because I won 10-6-4. I would try it again but I would rather just stay play in the backyard and go to the liquor store.
  • It's easy to miss this place, since it's a lot smaller and less flashy than some others in the area, but the building is beautiful, the view is amazing, the people are wonderful, and of course the wines are fantastic.
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