Calliope is the second label of Burrowing Owl in the southern Okanagan. The wine is very pale in colour with a floral, herbaceous, grapefruit nose. It's full-bodied with green plum and citrus flavours and lively acidity.
A beautifully made Cabernet. Dense purple-ruby in colour; on the nose, cedar, blackcurrant, vanilla oak with a leafy note; very elegant, claret-style; richly extracted, dark chocolate notes. Well-balanced and firmly structured.
Always one of Niagara’s best Gamays! Still youthful, it possesses a combination of prunes, raspberries, tobacco leaf and black pepper. Fresh acid, soft tannins and a juicy mid palate make this bottling a perfect candidate for grilled marinated quail or herb marinated roast pork.
Red and black fruit aromas precede a plush and rounded palate accentuated by spice and vanilla notes with cassis and cherry in approachable tannins becoming more complex towards the close. 100% wild yeast fermented. Pair with game birds or darker salmon species.
Very pale in colour; minerally, kiwi flavours with good tension between sweetness and acidity. Just a touch of oxidation (browning-apple flavour) on the finish.
Pure, clean and elegant with a refined texture and beautiful, delicate flavours of citrus, apple and almond; bright minerality and excellent length. Not just for toasting, this beautiful Champagne would be perfect with everything from oysters to foie gras to french fries.
A traditional white blend that shows lemon-lime, fresh apple, pear and honeydew notes on the nose. The fresh citrus and apple flavours are tempered by a creamy feel on the palate yet balanced by racy acidity. Try with herbed grilled chicken or seafood.