Expect gooseberry and white grapefruit with subtle texture provided by a small amount of neutral oak and concrete fermentation. Bone dry with, of course, just a little south Okanagan on the nose. The palate is fresh and bright with great purity.
Above average growing degree days in the spring contributed to an early budbreak. Cooler days and evenings in August slowed down ripening and allowed for greater flavour development while retaining freshness and acidity.
Enjoy now or cellar until 2020.
Food Pairing Notes
Perfect seafood wine, with goat cheese, or on its own as a summer sipper.