A blend of 4 typical Nova Scotia white varieties showing green apple with hints of characteristic Muscat pungency on the nose. Initial impressions of apple and pear in the mouth shift to stone fruit flavours on mid-palate through the long, crisply fresh off-dry finish.
Blend of Lillooet and south Okanagan grapes brings aromas of fresh red berries followed by a well-structured medium-bodied palate of mulberry and cherry, well-managed oak, mineral notes hints and a spicy finish.
This second vintage of their 100% Naramata Bench estate-grown Moscato Giallo (Yellow Muscat) continues to delight and impress. The characteristic grapey fruit explosion grabs your attention and seduces your nose and palate. The sweet peach upfront turns to vibrant citrus and melon on the mid-palate and then intriguing dried blueberries on the long finish. Its medium dry style makes it a great match with prosciutto-wrapped melon with tangy pecorino cheese.
Here, one will find a fairly aromatic white with a personality of red apple, pear, citrus and minerals. Drink now.
Wonderfully fresh, with great minerality and touch of acidity; bright apple, citrus, touch of spice; great mouthfeel. A fantastic example of a California Chardonnay that is rich and still fresh. No new oak, and no malo. I keep thinking oysters and shellfish.
Lovely, fresh and juicy with dark purple colour, rich aromas of crushed cherry, blackberry and violets; full and round with velvety tannins and a long, fresh finish.
Opens with aromatic fresh cherry, cinnamon and a whiff of vanilla. Reveals lively Burgundian style cherry character backed by fine velvety tannins and still youthful acidity on the palate. Lively fresh cherry replays on the finish. Not overstated, food-friendly, simple elegant wine.