Nichol Vineyard Farm Winery

Nichol Vineyard Farm Winery

Nichol Vineyard Farm Winery

 
Address: 1285 Smethurst Road,
Naramata, BC, V0H 1N0, Canada
Phone: (250) 496-5962
Fax: (250) 496-4275
E-mail:
Website: http://www.nicholvineyard.com
It has been 15 years since Alex and Kathleen Nichol quit their jobs, abandoned their city lives, and, with high spirits, headed east to follow their dream of opening a winery. They made the move from Vancouver to Naramata in October of 1989 with their two children, who, buoyed by the promise of a dog, were just as excited as their crazy parents. Alex and Kathleen had been looking for the perfect property in the Okanagan for close to 9 years, and were near the end of their rope when they found what is now the site of their vineyard, winery, and home—a quaint 5½ acre patch of land located just below the abandoned Kettle Valley Rail Line, near the end of Naramata Road.
Wines Listing
Group the listing by:  Year  Sugar  Color  Type
2000
Syrah 2000 (click for more info...) $25.00
2001
Syrah 2001 (click for more info...) $25.00
Syrah 2001 (Case) (click for more info...) $300.00
Pinot Noir 2001 (click for more info...) $28.00
2002
Cabernet Franc 2002 (click for more info...) $28.00
Cabernet Franc 2002 (Case) (click for more info...) $326.00
Cabernet Franc 2002 (click for more info...) $75.00
Pinot Noir 2002 (click for more info...) $28.00
Pinot Noir 2002 (Case) (click for more info...) $336.00
St. Laurent 2002 (click for more info...) $25.00
2003
Pinot Gris 2003 (click for more info...) $20.00
2004
Capriccio 2004 (click for more info...) $20.00

All prices and rates subject to change without notice. Prices posted in Canadian Dollars.

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