Noble Ridge champions Chardonnay
Among Okanagan wineries, one of the most accomplished champions of Chardonnay is Noble Ridge Vineyard & Winery.
John Schreiner - John Schreiner on Wine
Noble Ridge Reserve Chardonnay 2017 - . . . the oak and the fruit on the palate give the wine a creamy note. The finish is long and complex. 92 Points
Noble Ridge Powers Vintage Chardonnay 2017 - . . .This is an elegant barrel-fermented wine that blends apple and marmalade aromas and flavours with butter on the rich palate. 92 Points
Noble Ridge King’s Ransom Chardonnay 2017 - . . .The wine has richly concentrated aromas and flavours – citrus, stone fruit and butterscotch mingle with toasty oak. This bold wine has a long, long finish. 94 Points
South Okanagan wineries go virtual with socially distant tastings
Sophie Gray - Osoyoos Times
"Noble Ridge isn’ the only winery to go virtual. Radford said they got the idea to start hosting virtual tasting after other wineries around the province started the trend. Radford said it’s a way for them to keep that face to face connection that they are lacking without open tasting rooms. And the response has been overwhelming. Their first two broadcasts saw between 500 and 600 people tune in from all over the world, according to Radford."
B.C. wineries weather COVID-19 uncertainties as typically busy season approaches
Darren Oleksyn - Calgary Herald
" . . . Online sales have increased tremendously, and more than made up the difference — for now,” said D’Andrea, who started the winery with husband Jim in 2001 while they were living in Calgary. “Our loyal customers have been incredible in supporting their favourite wineries, and are making a big difference. " - Leslie D'andrea
The Results are in.....
Northwest Wine 20th Platinum Judging
2015 King's Ransom Cabernet Sauvignon wins PLATINUM!
"Noble Ridge Vineyard and Winery 2015 King’s Ransom Cabernet Sauvignon, The effects of climate change on British Columbia’s wine industry continue to be revealed at international wine competitions, and Benoit Gaulthier capitalized in stunning fashion with this Cab. Scents of fresh-turned earth and ripe fruits will have you lingering over the glass. Black raspberries, cassis, fresh tobacco leaf, black cherry and cocoa powder weave a fine tapestry of flavors. Complex with finely structured tannins and extended length; cellar worthy. (175 cases, 15% alc.) Awards: National Wine Awards of Canada (gold), Dan Berger’s International Wine Competition (gold)+
Double Gold - 2016 Reserve Meritage
Gold - 2016 Reserve Chardonnay
2019 National Wine Awards of Canada
We are very proud of our wine making team for producing these award winning wines. 2016 Reserve Meritage wins PLATINUM. 2015 Kings Ransom Cabernet Sauvignon GOLD, 2015 "The One" SILVER.
2016 Reserve Chardonnay wins Gold
Best of British Columbia
"Today most of the innovation in the tasting room is local, so make sure you check out some of these picks you are likely won’t see in local liquor stores."
Anthony Gismondi, The Vancouver Sun (February 22, 2019) READ MORE
"This is a luscious cabernet in the generous and smooth style most typical of California . . . 92 Points"
Beppi Crosariol, The Globe and Mail READ MORE
"Exacting owners Jim and Leslie D'Andrea have turned our a sparkling gem"
Beppi Crosariol, The Globe and Mail READ MORE
"Noble Ridge's King's Ransom Cabernet Sauvignon is a stunner"
Noble Ridge, OK Falls, Food & Drink, June 2017 READ MORE
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Noble Ridge’s “The One” Sparkling Awarded SPARKLING WINE OF THE YEAR! June 2017 READ MORE
Hot Okanagan: The Classic Edition By: Jeanette Montgomery May 2017 READ MORE
Sipping (and eating) The Okanagan: Okanagan Falls, Oliver, Osoyoos and The Similkameen Valley
It was our pleasure to host this lovely group at our annual Harvest Work Day Event
Albertans living their dream in Okanagan wine country
Story about Jim and Leslie D’Andre and other Calgarians that have taken up the dream of owning a Vineyard & Winery.
WINNERS: Best Wine Region to Visit
Okanagan Valley voted 2nd best wine region in the world.
B.C. wine country is best enjoyed in smaller regional sips
BC Wine Country noted collectable wines include Noble Ridge Chardonnay, of Okanagan Falls, according to Anthony Gismondi.
Top 10 events at Okanagan fall fest combine wine, food and glorious settings
Harvest Work Day and Lunch at Noble Ridge (Oct. 8 -9) Noble Ridge Winery, Okanagan Falls On either Oct. 8 or 9, you can start your day with a tour of the crush pad, assessing grape readiness, sampling freshly pressed juice and hand picking grapes, weather permitting.
Fill your case full of summer fun
There are numerous wineries that invite you to pack a picnic, enjoy their wines, and absorb the relaxed, friendly, and picturesque setting of their vineyard and property.
April 4, 2012
The Okanagan Wine Festivals run four times a year and international foodies make pilgrimages to the valley’s restaurants. Darin Paterson, the chef owner of Bogner’s of Penticton, formed a good relationship with Noble Ridge Vineyard & Winery, and does the winery’s annual harvest dinner during the fall wine festival.
Sip the Summer
Noble Ridge has been producing good Pinot Noir for years and the 2008 is no exception. The nose combines cherry, strawberry and rhubarb fruit with complex clove, earth, orange zest and some brooding violet and lilac notes making for a fantastic nose.
Look for the tasty wines of Noble Ridge
2008 Pinot Grigio, 2008 Chardonnay, 2007 Pinot Noir, 2006 Meritage and, in the future, a sparkling wine and the super-premium meritage, King’s Ransom.
Okanagan Falls Corkscrew Drive
April 4, 2011
Winding roads, superlative views and a truly eclectic wine tasting experience…At the south end of Skaha Lake, Okanagan Falls boasts a varied brood of wineries. From Penticton, take the east side of Skaha Lake along the twisting route known as Corkscrew Drive.