Ripe pear, peach and melon carry this friendly and fuller Western Cape white. White florals, honeysuckle and fine spice take over on the waxy palate, one that carries herbs, lanolin and a lick of lees and ends with a fine nutmeg spicing and nutty bitterness. Amazing value.
Bright and spicy with wild plum, cherry and blueberry flavours and notes of anise; a supple, fresh and minerally finish with hints of pepper. Delicious with roasted quail.
Leaning more to New Zealand style than Pessac-Léognan. Pale straw colour with a nose of grapefruit and passion fruit; medium-bodied, crisply dry with lemony, gooseberry flavours. Great value.
Lifted notes of green apple, pear and apple skin precede a generous palate of stone fruit, citrus and tangerine before a luscious, lingering, zesty finish.
Another Cowichan Valley pace-setter for Vancouver Island, this very expressive style brims with bright ripe apple and grapefruit hints wrapped in juicy acidity with tropical notes underpinned by moderate acidity.
This dry, fruity Rosé-style sparkler was fermented in-bottle for just over 3 months, with no dosage added. Delightfully fragrant nose wafts floral, rhubarb and strawberry shortcake. Bursts with ripe strawberry, red apple and pink grapefruit on the frothy palate. Open this after their Chard bubbly.