D'Angelo Estate Winery (BC)

D'Angelo Estate Winery (BC)

D'Angelo Estate Winery (BC)

Address: 947 Lochore Road,
Penticton, BC, V2A 8V1, Canada
Phone: (250) 493-1364 or 1-866-329-6421
Fax: (250) 493-1309
In the heart of the Okanagan Valley’s Wine Country, we are located on the renowned Naramata Bench in Penticton. Within the area you can go wine touring and hike, bike or walk through the Kettle Valley Railway (KVR) trail. We're only minutes from the beaches of Penticton and a short drive to the nearest golf course. Excellent restaurants are only a few minutes drive from our vineyards, accomodations, and future winery.

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