100% Gamay Noir with extended skin and lees contact yields pale salmon in the glass. Lifted crushed red berry aromas followed by vibrant acidity and lingering zesty notes with a touch of strawberry and pink grapefruit.
Pretty pale salmon orange in the glass, this blend of 67% Syrah with 33% Merlot leans more towards Provence. Orchard fruits and tropical hints up front, citrus and strawberry hints on the palate with subtle red apple and strawberry through the juicy end.
Winemaker Grant Stanley admits he’s “completely besotted about Pinot,” hence this intriguing wine, for which he uses minimal skin contact to achieve absolute clarity. Upfront orchard and citrus notes with a hint of cherry, pear and a touch of mineral on the palate, somewhat reminiscent of Chardonnay.
A blend of mainly Albariño (63%) and Verdejo from Naramata Bench. Forward stone fruit and tropical notes followed by vibrant layers of bright citrus and peach, a hint of clover and juicy acidity throughout the zesty end.
70% Naramata fruit with the balance from Black Sage Road. Lifted orchard floral and stone fruit notes. Firm, bright, juicy entry driven by keen acidity, stony mineral and lingering citrus with some zest through the close.
Bright, pale straw colour; minerally, white peach and lemon zest nose; medium-bodied, dry, round on the palate with peach and lemon flavours augmented by a floral note. Beautifully balanced and lingering. Delicious. Drink now though 2020.