Rich and ripe with fresh, but intense flavours of apricot, honey, citrus peel and lychee, great mouth-filling texture and sugar-acid balance. Very drinkable and a versatile dessert wine.
A very affordable Chianti. Deep ruby-purple colour; cherry, cedar and vanilla oak nose with a floral top note; medium-bodied, dry, cherry flavour. Well-structured and good value.
Complex aromas feature game meat, woodsy forest, earthy spice and roast coffee. Their most robust edition to date, with rich blackcurrant, wild berries and meaty notes. Finishes with lingering liquorice and minerality. Needs another year or 2 to soften the muscular tannins.
Crafted by a husband and wife team using 100% Ontario pears, a sniff of this perry reveals overripe Bartlett pear flesh and a touch of funk. There’s a clean, zippy acidity that balances the sweet and tart flavours, with a medium-dry finish. But don’t call it a cider! Perries are made with only pear juice, whereas a pear cider has an apple juice base with pear juice added for flavour.
A superb example of how good BC Riesling can be. Lifted floral, citrus and orchard notes up-front with some stony notes, followed by a lemon-lime, mineral-toned palate, buoyed by mouth-watering acidity and a powerful but elegant close.
Floral, citrus and petrol aromas, shifting to more stone fruit on the palate, with fine peach flavours. Refreshing but not overbearing acidity and a zesty tingle on the tongue. Very good value.