This is a big, strapping Chardonnay, straw-coloured with a funky pencil-lead, apple and spicy-oak nose; full-bodied and rich, it delivers well-balanced creamy apple and pear flavours with fresh acidity to give it length.
This certified organic version has spicy, lightly yeasty and fruity aromas with dried fruit flavours, creamy soft texture, a delicate squeeze of lemon and a trace of bitterness on the finish. Dangerously easy to drink.
Thomas Bachelder chose the Willamette Valley to source his grapes and the Lemelson Vineyards winery to make the wine. It’s lovely on the nose, with a ripe expression of Bosc pear, citrus, cantaloupe, and subtle oak and spice. It’s defined by a supple texture in the mouth with ripe fruits, minerals and a juicy vein of acidity running through the core. Well-made Oregon wine with fine balance.
This is a relatively oaky Chard, but not overdone. The cream, vanilla and spice of the wood meet up with pineapple, banana, Golden Delicious apple and citrus of the grape. The palate is creamy, with lowish acidity and just a dash of residual sugar. This is tailor-made for parties, get-togethers or simply for sipping.
Ruby-purplish. Red and black fruits, spicy and earthy notes. Soft, warm, drying tannins from mid-palate to finish. Expressive fruity extract, adequate acidity. Ready to drink.
Here you will find a balanced Chardonnay with subtle oak flavours of cream, spice and vanilla that combine with peach, honey, lime, golden apple, cantaloupe and citrus. Very good length and ready to drink.
This iconic Okanagan blend of Cab Sauv (46%), Merlot (38%,) and Cab Franc (16%) impresses because it is attention-grabbing yet nuanced. Complex, fragrant whiffs of cedar, dried herbs and crushed berries. Classic flavours of sage, red plum and black cherries on an elegantly structured palate. Lingers long with coffee, tobacco, cocoa and cigar box. Cellar-worthy for the next 5 to 8 years.