Saturday, September 6, 2008

Gray Monk Winery, Okanagan Centre, BC, Canada

Today we had a much slower day, but we did manage to go to the Gray Monk Winery for lunch. We had heard from several people that this was the place in this area for lunch and we were not disappointed. The winery and restaurant are perched mid-way up the mountain that overlooks the lake. All the seats in the restaurant have great views of the lake and mountains to the west. The menu had a large selection so even a picky eater could find something wonderful to eat. Included on the menu are recommended wines for each item. Brad went with their suggestion and sure enough it was a great accompliment to his meal.

The winery also provides complimentary tasting up to four wines. It seems they select the four available for tasting but are more than willing to substitute with other wines if they have an open bottle. In addition, the person providing us the tasting was very nice and helpful. I would highly recommend this winery for either the wines and tasting, or just the restaurant or do what we did...we enjoyed them both.

Tip: It's probably a good idea to make reservation at the restaurant, as it was very busy when we were there.

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