This July Long Weekend we are tasting the recently announced Double Gold Medal Winning Wines from the All Canadian Wine Championships!
You don't want to miss this one!
Get them while they are still available!
Lake Breeze Pinot Gris 2017
Clean, fresh and fruity. This Pinot Gris shows classic hints of spice and the delicate aromas of pears and peaches. The underlying minerality is very typical of Pinot Gris grown on the Naramata Bench. Try with Poultry, pork, vegetarian pasta and antipasto.
Double Gold, SIP - Best of the Northwest, 2017
Whispering Horse Pinot Gris Rose 2017
To create the uniquely vibrant color, our Pinot Gris was hand-harvested, gently crushed, and left on the skins for 36 hours before fermentation in stainless steel tanks, where it aged for 5 months on the lees before being bottled unlfitered. This crisp rosé displays great minerality and freshness, opening with juicy grapefruit, white peach, strawberry, and a gentle floral bouquet. This wine drinks well on it own, but would also pair beautifully with light appetizers or charcuterie/cheese boards.
Wild Goose Gewurztraminer 2017
This style of gewürztraminer has intense spice, rose petal and lychee nut jump out of the glass. Leaving a slightly dry finish with that intense rose petal flower on the back end.
Harper’s Trail Cabernet Franc 2016
Incredibly bright, delicate, floral, and mineral aromas are followed on a medium-weight palate with bright raspberry flavours and a subtle chocolate background. The finish is lily fresh, stoney, and long. A great match for duck, lamb or mushroom dishes.
Indigenous World Wines Pinot Noir 2015
Ripe strawberries and raspberries intermingle with a creamy palate from concrete aging over 11 months on gross lees. Gentle tannins and fresh acidity help to carry the very lengthy finish.