Sat. Sept 15 - At the tasting bar - Baillie Grohman Winery

Baillie-Grohman’s premium award winning boutique wines are grown, handcrafted and bottled in small lots in the breathtaking Creston Valley in south-eastern British Columbia Canada.

Baillie-Grohman’s wine-making goals are to create balanced wines that express purity of our estate fruit. The grapes are picked by hand, commencing their gentle journey from vineyard to bottle. In both the vineyard and winery the grapes are hand sorted to ensure only the best grapes make it to the winemaking process.

Here are the wines that we are featuring at the tasting bar:

Baille Grohman Winery

Between 330-630 pm

Chardonnay 2015

The 2015 Chardonnay is pale with a subtle green hue. The bouquet showcases a complex and steely aroma with a firm spine of minerality that is born from the glacial rocky soils of the Creston Valley. The palate displays notes of stone fruit, rock melon and concentrated minerality. With great length, a firm acid structure and a creamy finish, this wine is a great pair with a blanc sauce or fresh chowder style soups, perfect for the autumn season.

Recolte Blanche 2017

The 2017 Récolte Blanche is a luminous straw hue that carries a nose of lifted focused peach, tropical fruit and white flowers. The rich textural palate displays notes of pear, lychee, honeysuckle with a long and balanced finish of sweet with zesty acidity. With a name that literally translates to “White Harvest”, it is a blend of French and Germanic white varietals that creates a wine that is fresh and fruit forward.

Pinot Noir 2014

The 2014 Pinot Noir is a lovely Ruby Red and Garnet Hue with a delicate and aromatic nature whose bouquet displays sweet red fruit, vanilla and bramble. Dry with a notable minerality that pushes to the finish, the palate carries notes of tart red fruit, red cherries and light pepper.  

Cabernet Franc 2015

This beautiful wine is dark carmine with purple hints, lifted and aromatic displaying spice, wild game and cedar.  A wine with elegant integration of the fruit and oak. A balanced velvety tannin approach leads through to a rich full palate and a complex lingering finish.

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