Made from hand-selected 100% Garganega grapes from hillside Soave vineyards. The grapes are left to dry for 40 days to reduce water content and concentrate sugar and colour. Partly fermented in oak, the wine is matured on the lees for 6‒7 months with another 4 months in bottle before release. The result shows deep green/gold in the glass with intense floral fragrance and elegant pear and citrus flavours with mellow, leesy richness balanced by subtle refreshing acidity.
Sourced from 28-year-old vines in warm Osoyoos, this Marechal Foch delivers a charmingly bright, brambly and robust style. Fragrant floral, hickory and blackberry leads to cinnamon-dusted field berries. Jammy-yet-tangy finish, with chocolate and tobacco notes. Superb with smoked meat.
Golden yellow. Sweet apple peel, candied/cooked apples, spices, caramel. Sweet, syrupy core surrounded by vivid acidity. Refreshing yet very sweet. Long finish. Ready to drink.
Wonderful aromas of peach, papaya, citrus and rosemary, flavours of apricot and peach with a refreshing minerality and long, crisp finish. Delicious and invigorating. A great wine with sashimi and raw oysters.
Unusual dry savoury aroma with more recognizable Riesling character in the mouth. Elegant, supple citrus fruit with charming floral notes leaves a definite sweet impression on the palate although there is very little residual sugar.
Very pale. Shy nose with ripe fruity notes and a hint of petrol. Expressive on the palate, light body, good balance and a nice fruity taste. Good quality and an unbeatable price.
The South Okanagan’s sagebrush and ponderosa pines infuse the whiffs of dried herbs and wild berries. Snappy red-cherry acidity upfront leads to a lively, savoury mid-palate before the black-fruited back end. The 12.4% abv level and wet stone finish refreshes. Delicious with wood-fired pizza.