Pentage Winery


About The Winery

Multiple-award winning Pentâge Winery is a boutique winery nestled on 23 acres overlooking Skaha Lake in Penticton, British Columbia. In 1996, Paul Gardner & Julie Rennie began living the dream - and the hard work - of building a winery from scratch after a visit to the Okanagan turned into a real estate quest and, ultimately, the purchase of a bare orchard at 4400 Lakeside Road. Their first vineyard was planted at this location in 1997, and the winery is at 4551 Valley View Road in Penticton.

Excellence is achieved with a low-yield cultivation strategy that produces top-quality grapes essential to the winery's premium, limited release, hand-crafted wines. Annual production is limited to approximately 5,000 cases a year – this enables them the ability to create exceptional small lot releases and maintain a unique hands-on approach for quality control. It is no wonder that Pentâge premium wines are in some of BC’s best restaurants and retail locations!

Apart from fine dining and retail, there are many ways you can find and experience the boutique wines from Pentâge Winery. You can buy the wines online, join the Pentâge Wine Club to receive preferred member benefits, or visit the winery for tastings/ tours/ picnics, and tour their spectacular 5000 square foot natural rock cellar. After your visit, continue travelling along Lakeside Road and you will find other Okanagan Wineries including Painted Rock, Blasted Church, and Meyer Family Vineyards, among others.

The Details

4551 Valley View Road
Penticton, BC, V2A 8V8

julie@pentage.com
http://pentage.com/

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