Friday April 27 - At the tasting bar... Indigenous World Wines

We are happy to host Ryan from Indigenous World Wines at our tasting bar! This young winery has been producing award winning wine for the last few years. They have quickly become a staff and customer favorite. 

Join us for this free public tasting followed by a sitdown tasting lead by Ryan from the winery. He will be tasting 6 single vineyard wines while having a fireside chat with you. 

Friday April 27th, 2018

Indigenous World Wines

Ryan in store 3:30-6:30pm

La’p Cheet 2016 $22.99

La'p Cheet is an Okanagan Syilx word describing the light sparkling off the water on a river spillway. La'p Cheet is a Charmat method sparkling rosé made from Pinot Noir. This wine displays beautiful aromas of strawberry, raspberry and red licorice with flavours of cherry, cassis and grapefruit that dance over the palate like a sunset on the rippling water.

Pinot Gris 2017 $19.99

This bright Pinot Gris has aromas of grapefruit, green apple and honeysuckle with fresh flavours of lemon, lime, ginger and spice.  Pairs well with stir-fry, fish and chips and Friday afternoons.

Viognier 2016 $23.99

Sourced from the Similkameen Valley, the fruit was cool fermented to preserve the beautiful stone fruit aromatics of this exceptional Viognier.  The naturally high acidity makes for a lively, refreshing wine with flavours of Violets, pear and white peach.  Best enjoyed with shellfish, poultry or firm cheeses

Red Fox Rose 2017 $20.99

This jammy rosé shows flavours and aromas of ripe strawberries and cherries with subtle undertones of white pepper, cherry blossom and fresh herbs.  Pairs well with breakfast croissant, spinach salad or a vacation rental.

Hee-Hee-Tel-Kin Red 2016 $23.99

Hee-Hee-Tel-Kin is aged in a combination of French and American Oak barrels, showing the very best characteristics of Cabernet Franc and Merlot.  This vintage boasts aromas of ripe dark cherries, blackberry and savoury vanilla followed by flavours of plum, clove, blackberry and pimento, finishing with soft tannins and toasty oak notes.  Best paired with roasted meats, sharp cheese and late nights around the fire.


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