Fort Berens Estate Winery Ltd
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A great local venture, with a huge following..deservedly so. Their wines are exquisite. At the time of writing, there's no restaurant, but you are invited to bring a picnic and eat on their patio. Don't miss out on the rosè!
This is the first winery in the Lillooet region and has won many awards - the wine is fantastic, and the tasting room is open daily. You can see the vinyards from our living room and deck. A must-visit ( and be sure to buy some wine to take home!!)
Lillooet's first winery, Fort Berens Estate Winery is a culmination of the dreams, vision and pioneering spirit of several entrepreneurs. It was founded with a pioneering spirit and forged on the road less traveled. The winery is owned by a team of eight individuals who share a common belief in the…
Awesome menu and food. Wine tasting. Great atmosphere under a tent. Eauivalent to any great restaurants.
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