A gorgeous wine with a nose of stone fruits, melon, pears, citrus and vivid stony minerality. It shows fruit intensity on the palate with a fine bead of flinty minerality, all balanced out by racy acidity. Just add oysters.
This South Okanagan blend incorporates the 5 classic Bordeaux grapes, led by Cab Sauv and Merlot. Invites with eucalyptus on the nose, and then delivers a well-balanced, savoury palate led by sage, olive and cassis. Long cigar-box finish. Suits all manner of roasted meats.
A special treat for whisky aficionados, this limited-release of cask strength 2004 Caol Ila bottled by esteemed Scottish whisky merchants Gordon & MacPhail pushes the boundaries of deliciousness. A boisterous sherried nose of ripe pear, lemon oil and sweet, smoky hay is followed by a series of flavour waves. You couldn’t shut this 61.4% ABV whisky up even if you tried, but you can tame it with a split of water.
Elegant bouquet unfolds fine red fruit, cinnamon, clove and subtle oak. Lovely strawberry and cherry flavours are delivered with good depth and harmonious balance. Well-integrated fruit, oak and light tannic grip round out the finish.
Soft and smooth with mineral, citrus, white peach and honey. Even though there is 17 g/l of residual sugar, it comes across as dry due to the elevated acidity. Drink now.
Clear pale gold. Nice nose of pears, peaches and citrus with some herbal and spice notes. Full-bodied; packed with fruit, especially peaches and lime flavours. Drink up.