An elegant nose of pear, stylish oak spices, apple crisp and citrus for balance. It’s rich and intense on the palate with caressing pear, apple and citrus and lovely oak spices that are just starting to integrate. I want to pair this with lobster from PEI and melted butter and garlic.
This is a multi-versatile Cabernet that won’t break the bank. Smoke, tobacco, blackcurrant jam and plum surround notes of mint and cocoa. Very good length and ready to serve with tonight’s dinner.
Cab Franc could well be a signature grape for the southern Okanagan. Fragrant violet aromas lure while ripe black fruit flavours impress. Polished tannins elegantly frame the rich, full-bodied palate. Spicy dried herbs resonate on the long, warm finish. Pair with pork tenderloin and roasted root vegetables.
The medium cherry colour heralds cassis, vanilla, peppermint and spice. Plum, cherries and flowers add more complexity in the mouth. The medium body works well with its smooth texture.
Offers good varietal green-apple and delicate floral character, somewhat lean on the palate with plenty of brisk acidity, mineral grip and softening lick of creaminess on the finish.
Practically opaque, dark plum-red. Interesting nose of roasted meat, menthol, fig and chocolate. An assortment of ripe red berries ride on lots of acidity to a medium-length finish. Drink up soon.
Another stunning 2012 red from Two Sisters, this one based primarily on Cabernet Sauvignon. There is a lifted personality of cassis, dark plum, raspberry, vanilla, anise and tobacco smoke. Elegant, with a sweet mid-palate and fine tannins. Drink over the next 6 years. Fans of Bordeaux will gravitate to this wine.