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.
Medium-deep yellow with abundant bubbles. Medium-intensity, grapey aromas with ripe apples and yeast. Light-bodied, palate-cleansing lemony acidity and a slight taste of sherry in the background. Good as an apéritif. Drink now.
A blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. Deep ruby in colour with a savoury nose of black raspberry, oak and a herbal-floral note; medium-bodied, lean and sinewy on the palate with expressive mid-palate fruit and lively acidity.
Dense purple in colour, this flavourful Beaujolais offers a spicy, black cherry nose with a touch of oak. It’s medium-bodied, dry and well extracted with flavours of ripe cherry and plum. Fruity and firm, it finishes with grainy tannins.
One of few wineries who continues to make a statement with what used to be BC’s most widely planted white vinifera. Forward notes of floral, citrus and orchard fruits precede a palate of red apple and citrus, with a hint of spice, fresh with clean fruit and subtle acidity.
Full and rich, with bristling spices livening the lemon curd, honeydew and vanilla oats. A hint of mint and ample shaved wood closes out the finish. Full-bodied and expansively rich on the palate, this has a steady hum of bright acidity working overdrive, but keeping pace. Youthful, this should settle some with another year or so in bottle, but will always make a match with richer white seafood or creamy shellfish.
Fresh, bright, and refreshing with ripe silky flavours of blueberry, cherry, plum and currants, hints of mint, soft tannins and a pleasant juiciness on the lifted finish. A nice match with beef carpaccio.