We grow two different styles of Cabernet Franc in our vineyard. Our traditional Cab Franc is used in our Mur-Fi’s red and Wal-Deaux Meritage wine. This Small Lot Block is cultivated to produce small, intense grapes that we use in this sophisticated vintage.
Pinot Noir is sometimes termed the “heartbreak grape” because it is so difficult to grow. We’ve succeeded in producing a delightful big, bold Pinot Noir that showcases balanced acidity.
Named for Wally, our winery dog, this Bordeaux-style Meritage blend exemplifies the best of our big reds. An Exceptional Wine for an Exceptional Dog.
This is the wine we came here to make. Without question, our most senior and iconic wine. Everyone’s waiting for the next release and everyone’s going to snap it up, because our sunny southern location is perfect for the biggest BC reds.
This is the wine we came here to make. Without question, our most senior and iconic wine. Single bunch, small crops, and attention to the smallest details has yielded a Cabernet Sauvignon that is said to rival some top Napa Cabs. An extraordinary wine that truly represents all we have to offer.
Named for owners Murray and Fiona, this wine showcases the range of fruit at Platinum Bench. Your palate determines the flavour profile, whether you note the dark fruit, raspberry notes, or caramel. Basically, it’s just good!
Our focus has always been big reds, and Gamay is not a traditional big red. We almost pulled out our Gamay to plant more Cab Sav instead—thankfully we didn’t! By shrinking the fruit and producing smaller, intense grapes, we ended up with a monster Gamay. It’s as big as a Cab and full of mouthwatering flavour.
Our Merlot has always been great, but the latest vintages are truly exceptional. This traditional varietal sat in fantastic French oak and came out unforgettable.
Our focus has always been big reds, and Gamay is not a traditional big red. We almost pulled out our Gamay to plant more Cab Sav instead—thankfully we didn’t! This is our more traditional style Gamay Noir with a lighter body than the “Big Brother” Block 28.
Named for owners Murray and Fiona, this wine is a classic patio sipper. The light, floral viognier blended with the fruity chardonnay make for summer in a glass.
Pinot Gris is one of the most popular varietals grown in the Okanagan, so we knew we had to offer our own take on the standard. The classic pear and apple notes seem to exemplify the climate and terroir. Maybe that’s why we always sell out!