One of the best Sauvignons I’ve tasted in Canada. Straw colour with a green tint; a nose of grapefruit, passionfruit, and green plum with a toasty note. Rich and full-bodied (13.9% alcohol), white Bordeaux in style, very elegant and gently oaked. Don’t miss it.
Almost water white, this organically grown Riesling has a nose of peach pit with a floral note; medium bodied with a peachy-citrus flavour and a touch of bitterness on the finish.
A simply gorgeous Chard from the Paso Robles region on the Central Coast. The nose displays apple-pear fruit beautifully balanced with spice and toasted oak notes. The fruit follows to the palate with added roasted almonds, carambola and interesting spices, all balanced and lasting through the finish.
A joint venture with the Folonari brothers of Tuscany, it is a blend of roughly equal amounts of Cab Sauv and Sangiovese, plus 19% Syrah. Ripe nose of black fruits with well-controlled oak. Velvety texture with a firm backbone and lots of fruity expression in the glass. Perfect with filet mignon.
A nose of spicy raspberry, pepper, cherry, cedar, red liquorice and plums. It turns savoury on the palate with bold red fruits, cracked black pepper and a vibrant finish. Barbecue wine.
This blend of 83% Cabernet Sauvignon and 17% Cabernet Franc delivers loads of dark fruit: plum, blackberry and cherry. These combine with liquorice, violets, mocha and scorched earth. It is full-bodied, with excellent length and enough tannins to take it to 2025.