Gehringer Brother's Estate Winery, Oliver

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  • During our vacation in Osoyoos we visited early in the morning the Gehringer Estate. This winery sits up in the hills of Oliver from where you have a wonderful view of the valley. We had the fortune t...  more »
  • We stopped in here for a wine tasting and found one wine we really liked, but the rest were only so so. Prices are quite low compared to others in the area.  more »
  • Stopped in on Friday afternoon as I knew they would be closed over the weekend. We were up from the coast and just love the wines from here. Very reasonable in cost, but lovely wonderful white wines. ...  more »
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  • They offer you a complimentary tasting of 5 wines and $2 tasting fee for each of their 3 dessert wines (totally worth the fee!). Although they lacked a bit of a personality, they were one of my favourite wineries. Their wines are all very, very good, and best of all, very affordable (avg. price was $15). I wish I had bought more.
  • Gehringer Brothers 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. I’m not going to lie, Gehringer Brothers does somewhat fall under the shadow of the larger and more extravagant Hester Creek. But I would not dismiss Gehringer Brothers in any way, and I would never visit Hester without also visiting Gehringer. I mean who would travel such a distance and skip one? So, there is no competition here. More likely, this is a shark / remora metaphor, a mutually beneficial relationship, verified by all the employees at Gehringer possessing suckermouths. In reflection, they might have been aliens… …okay…admittedly, by that point in the day, I had ingested a lot of alcohol, so the last observation may not have been accurate. Regardless if the staff were secretly smuggling their pre-metamorphosis offspring in bottles of wine in hopes of an eventual global takeover via our fascination with fermented grape juice, the winery is not bad to look at, a traditional front of house sporting the requisite tasting bar and various bottles spackling the walls. Though I will say my specific host was one of the better encountered this day, and that says a lot. It was packed when we arrived, but the host still made time, and by the end of the experience, we picked up a few bottles, though most were smaller late harvest desert wines. Don’t knock it, by the end of this trip, I got to love these, as well as the ports, ice-wines and botrytized wines. The cabernet franc late harvest was a favorite and one that will find a permanent place in my collection. I also liked the displayed where they highlighted the history of their labels. Gehringer Brothers is another great winery in a great region, and with its proximity to Hester Creek, it’s one you dare not miss. Just keep a watchful eye for those ovipositors.
  • The awards speak for themselves. The tasting room is not much to write home about but what it lacks in style and personality is more than made up for buy the wonderful staff and impeccable wine. Lots of varietals, some unique to the area. Make sure to hit this gem up while on your wine tour, as you will not be disappointed.
  • Really nice staff. I believe when we were there last we had a former teacher who was hosting the tasting. he was great.
  • Nice staff. Good wines.