Pinot Noir is one of the most fickle grapes to grow in the world, and the Okanagan Valley is no exception. That said, over the years, we have developed an affinity for and understanding of this varietal knowing which clone to plant in which section of our estate vineyards. The result is a beautiful and complex wine.
9 months in French and American oak.
Aromas of wild strawberries, anise and black tea abound.
On the palate, earthy tones, plums, and toasted almonds come through. There's a vibrant acidity with soft tannins making this medium-bodied wine elegant.
Pinot Noir is the perfect guest...red and white wine lovers enjoy this varietal equally, and the array of zesty natural herb and spice flavours inherent in this wine allow you to play around with a variety of marinades or rubs. Delightful with grilled wild salmon, Portobello mushrooms, roasted duck or pork, olive bread, or toasted walnuts.