Aroma: fresh honeyed apples and citrus with notes of light toasted oak
Palate: crisp green apple and citrus rind with balance acidity
About: long clean finish with bright acidity. Bottle aged at winery.
Hand harvested. After whole cluster pressing, the juice is transferred to French oak barrels. The juice was then inoculated with a few selected yeast cultures.
Light lees stir was performed for 4 months in the same barrels in which the wine underwent fermentation. Aged for an additional 4 months in second fill French oak barrels.
Alc. %: 13.5
Aroma: classic varietal citrus, ginger, rose and orange blossom
Palate: refreshing flavors, bright citrus with grapefruit on the finish
About: bright, on the dryer side
Two separate stainless-steel fermentations were used to craft this blend.
The fruit was cold soaked on the skins for 36 hours to enhance aromatics prior to pressing and cold settling. The two lots were cold fermented in stainless steel and sat on heavy lees for 2 months prior to blending and bottling.
Aroma: beautiful honeydew melon, pear and lots of citrus
Palate: grapefruit, ripe pear and citrus on the palate
About: round and luscious with a long finish
Six different stainless steel fermentations were used to craft this blend. These fermentations varied in harvest date, ripeness of fruit, yeast selection, fermentation temperature and post-fermentation residual sugar resulting in a wine with subtle complexity and exceptional balance.
Aroma: bright citrus, green apple and nuances of stone fruit
Palate: crisp citrus, grapefruit and green apple followed by mineral notes
About: lively beautiful dry Riesling
Hand Picked from Gods Mountain Vineyard just down the road from us on the Skaha Bench.
The block was harvested in “two” picks – the later pick allowed time for the flavor profile and acidity to further develop. The wine was fermented in two smaller stainless steel tanks, using different yeast - allowing us to build complexity in the mouthfeel.
Blend: Pinot Gris, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Malbec
Aroma: ripe strawberry/rhubarb and cranberry
Palate: red berry and cranberry flavors mingle on the palate
About: touch of sweetness, fruit forward, bright acidity, serve chilled
The varietal grapes for this easy drinking wine were cold fermented in stainless steel with an end goal of creating a fruit forward wine.
Blend: Flagship White Wine - Rhone inspired
60% Roussanne, 20% Viognier, 20% Marsanne
Aroma: bright stone fruits, citrus and nuances of floral notes
Palate: apricot, peach and citrus with a zesty finish
About: lightly oaked then bottle aged at the winery – truly elegant!
Each variety was hand-picked and hand sorted. 100% was co-fermented in new French oak. After fermentation was complete, 50% of the wine was aged for 8 months in new French oak (with bi-weekly bâtonnage), 25% was aged in neutral oak and the balance in stainless steel.
Aroma: elegant citrus and gooseberry intertwined with soft stony mineral notes
Palate: refreshingly crisp with bright zesty grapefruit and lime flavors
About: 100% stainless steel
After hand-harvesting and sorting, the fruit received minimal skin contact during pressing. We decided to do two small-lot fermentations in stainless steel using two different yeasts selection to enhance complexity and mouthfeel.
Aroma: delicate aromas of lemon zest and floral notes
Palate: citrus shines through and through
About: remarkable full while the palate remains crisp and refreshing
After harvesting the fruit received minimal skin contact during pressing. The juice was fermented cold in stainless steel using an aromatic yeast.
Aroma: ripe pear, stone fruits with notes of white flower and honeyed oak
Palate: pear, stone fruits are lifted by fresh acidity, lingering citrus peel finish
About: full, well rounded, long finish, lightly oaked
The fruit was inoculated in stainless steel and 30% was transferred to 2nd fill French oak barrique. The oak component was allowed to complete partial malolactic fermentation naturally. Both the oaked and stainless fractions were lees stirred weekly.