Kermode Wild Berry Wines

8457 River Road South
Dewdney, BC

This winery emerged from an idea that Fritz Sprieszl had nurtured for several years: make wine only from berries that grow in the wild. He estimates there are at least 30 different edible berries in B.C. So far, he and his brother, Bob, have made wines with a third of those berries. Fritz has earned a living in the woods since his teen years, including time mushroom picking and moss harvesting.

That has given him a keen knowledge of where to find the best berry patches. He enlisted the help of Bob, then a farm manager in Japan, to begin making some of B.C.’s most original fruit wines. Styles range from dry table wines to sweet ports and fortified liqueurs. In 2010, the brothers are planting about a hectare of blackberries and considering planting about a hectare of grapes.

Owner/Operator: Fritz and Bob Sprieszl
Phone: 604-814-3222

5 Comments on “Kermode Wild Berry Wines”

  1. Good Afternoon,

    I have been looking for the Kermode Himalayan Blackberry Wine for a while now and I recently have been told that I have to order this from you directly. Is this true? If so, how much will this cost?

    I have to tell you, this wine is the best!



  2. Hello I am the supervisor of the Potting Station at Port Kells Nurseries can you give me a call 604-882-9577. Would like to talk to you about moss. Apparently I was not here when you came in to the Nursery.



  3. I am trying to find ANY Kermode wines in the Okanagan valley for Christmas this year and no store seems to be carrying them. Can you tell me where I might find some of your wines to buy?

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