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Fort Berens Estate Winery

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Fort Berens Estate Winery

163 Reviews
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1881 Highway 99 North, Lillooet, British Columbia V0K 1V0 Canada
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2 Day Canadian Geographic Explorer Private Adventure
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2 Day Canadian Geographic Explorer Private Adventure

This 2 day excursion spans the Pacific Northwest Coast to the BC Interior. Enjoy the best of highlands physical landscape, outdoor activities, and history with a local guide.<br><br>You will enjoy a scenic drive, enjoy outdoor activities, extreme adventure if you like, learn, and be awed by highlands unique flora, glacial landscapes, lakes, deep valleys and canyons, cascading rivers, glaciers, majestic mountains, semi-desert, and a beautiful fiord by the coast. Learn about 19th Century BC Gold Rush history that shaped BC modern history. Drive along the old Cariboo Wagon Road.<br><br>NOTE: You have to book your own accommodation in Whistler, BC
$1,328.00 per adult
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Linda M wrote a review Oct 2020
Chilliwack, Canada43 contributions12 helpful votes
I’m not a wine drinker but my friends love the tasting. The lady hosting was friendly and knowledgeable. Great cookbooks and other wine related goods. The views are spectacular. Love the idea of maybe having a restaurant built on the roof. Views would be breathtaking and people would visit from around the world when we return to normal.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Peter F wrote a review Oct 2020
Bowen Island, Canada397 contributions273 helpful votes
Lovely new facility. Great views. A sign requesting pickers at the entrance, yet we saw a deer with 2 fawns INSIDE the fence harvesting some of the grapes themselves! As to the wines, though Ft. Behrens claims all kinds of awards, in reality they were not distinctive. In fact, they are mostly made from brought-in grapes, as the planted acreage is small and the vines about a decade old. Their reserve Riesling was pretty good, the rest unremarkable and a bit overpriced
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Date of experience: October 2020
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george b wrote a review Sep 2020
Vancouver, Canada34 contributions8 helpful votes
We were there on a Saturday, it wasn't busy, we had reservations for lunch, disappointed to have to sit outside, we had to move our table out into the sunshine for a bit of warmth. The staff inside in the tasting area totally ignored us. The servers at lunch were good, but the food was terrible, 3 had onion soup that was very watery, tasteless and not hot, my wife had the chicken that was described as "fall of the bone" and it was anything but, so tough she couldn't eat it, I had the charcuterie and it was dried out meat and cheese ($28, way overpriced), not a good experience. We bought 2 bottles of wine with our lunch and there was not a word to us to explain or promote the winery.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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CMelissa wrote a review Sep 2020
Vancouver, Canada145 contributions11 helpful votes
Thoroughly enjoyed our third visit here, this time enjoying a delicious lunch on the patio followed by wine tastings. The food was excellent (enjoyed the roasted chicken and charcuterie platter) and left with a few bottles of our favourite wines. Worth a stop at this picturesque winery nestled in the Fraser Canyon.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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YNWATravelBug wrote a review Sep 2020
Surrey, Canada1,178 contributions119 helpful votes
After a so-so lunch experience at The Kitchen that was rescued by Brook, we decided upon her suggestion to do a wine tasting. Good selection of wines, even though they were out of the rosé & PTG. May have to come back & try those when in stock. Sampled 6 wines & ended up buying a bottle of the Cab Franc to take home on the motorcycle. Tasting was free w/ purchase.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from Brett C, Tasting Room and Hospitality Manager at Fort Berens Estate Winery
Responded Sep 11, 2020
Thank you very much for your feedback
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