A pretty dress tinged with a salmon color. A fresh nose with an average intensity of notes of rhubarb, pink grapefruit, orange peel and a pleasant tip of salinity that repeats in the mouth. Slightly rustic, but gives a lot of happiness to the aperitif or with a smoked salmon bagel.
This is a superb bone dry, purpose grown and pressed pinot noir rosé. It has the generous crunchy red fruit pf the Okanagan Valley and its signature ripeness and richness, grafted on a medium-full bodied frame – 13.5% alcohol declared – more southern Rhone than Provence in weight. Lots of pleasure here. Drink or hold a year or even more; no rush here. Tasted April 2017.
This is 100% pinot noir rose. It has a bright, moderately deep, orange-pink colour. The nose shows pretty, quite youthful somewhat reductive aromas of sour cherry jam, herbs and struck flint. It’s mid-weight, quite intense and very dry, with intense flavours and very good length. A touch of youthful CO2 on the palate as well Some bitter cranberry-redcurrant fruit on the finish. Tart and juicy. Best latter half of 2017 through 2019. Tasted April 2017