PTG stands for “passe-tout-grains,” a classic, but little-known wine of Burgundy that combines the elegant Pinot Noir of the Cote d’Or with the rich, spicy Gamay of Beaujolais to create an incredibly well-balanced wine. We work with Pinot Noir and Gamay because we feel that they excel in the cool desert climate of south-central British Columbia. The superiority of the Burgundian varietals to our terroir is undeniable, but of equal importance is their compatibility with the cuisine of the Pacific Northwest. We wish to honour the tradition of making a passe-tout-grains by keeping it relevant to our new world wine region.
Varietals: Pinot Noir 65% Gamay, 35%