|Drinking Start Year||2013|
|Drinking End Year||2016|
Serve at 9 - 12⁰ C .
The grapes that were used to make our 2012 Single Vineyard Gewürztraminer are self-rooted and came from our Elliott Road vineyard which was originally planted in 1980, with additional plantings in 1990 and 1997. The grapes were picked later in the season to give them more “hang time” which concentrates the flavours. We currently have a total of 60 acres of vineyards in West Kelowna, all within 10 kilometers of our winery.
Because the wine is medium bodied and considered "spicy," it pairs well with other spicy foods. The wine’s sweetness coats the inside of your mouth helping to tame the spiciness of the food. It pairs well with exotic fruit and cheeses, bacon and pineapple pizza, quiche Lorraine, chicken, vegetable or lamb curries, baked ham, and Asian dishes.