At the tasting bar.... Saturday Nov. 10, 2018 - Wine Club Wines

On Saturday we are tasting some of the selections that we have for our monthly wine club members. Our wine club has no fee, no contract, no restrictions so why not join. It is one of the best wine clubs that features only BC wines! 

Some of these wines have been very limited in their release
or are almost stocked out already. 

Join us on Saturday to see what all the buzz is about.

For more information on the wine club click the link below:

Saturday November 10, 2018

Swirl Wine Club Wines

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"Best BC Only Wines Club" today

Tasting In store 3:30-6:30 pm 

La Stella Vivace Pinot Grigio 2017 (Osoyoos)

Vivace greets you on the nose with a very expressive note of Kalamansi, desert vegetation (sage) and lime zest. The palate is packed with fruit cocktail flavours that enter the mouth in a juicy and round fashion before they blossom into bright citrus and tart apple notes. The long finish carries on with intense citrus rind notes. 

Arrowleaf Field Collection White 2017 (Lake Country)

It has a bouquet of ripe tropical fruit, pear, pink grapefruit and spice. On the palate, the lush sweetness is balanced with fresh acidity and lime zest on the finish. Best enjoyed on its own or paired with salads and appetizers. Blend: 53% Riesling, 38% Gewurztraminer, 9% Auxerrois

Upper Bench Zweigelt 2015 (Penticton) 

This is a nice, light red that is naturally low in tannins and histamines (good for those who get headaches from red wine). Our Zweigelt is tasty when served slightly chilled, making it a great red for summer. The 2016 Zweigelt displays aromas of blueberry, red cherry, rum raisin and toffee with flavours of cedar, plum, clove and strawberry.

Blasted Church Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 (Okanagan Falls)

This Cabernet Sauvignon opens with a bouquet of cassis, blackberry and chocolate followed by cigar box, leather, wild sage and plum. Dark cherry and blackberry open up the attack with black pepper notes taking over into the spicy, well-rounded mid palate. The balanced acidity and fine tannins carry the wine on to the finish where the dark fruit and savoury notes linger.

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