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The perfect grape from the North Okanagan, this beautifully aromatic variety originated from the vineyards of northern Europe. Pinot Noir crossed with Chasselas Rose/Muscat Hamburg. The Pinot makes it perfect for the Okanagan cool-climate growing conditions.
A powerful nose with rose petal, tropical fruit and aromas of candied apricot, white flowers, baking spices and wet stone. Beautiful with sushi, shellfish, Thai style cuisine or rich Quebec cheeses, this rare variety has the ability to complement an unusually wide range of foods and is especially suited to spicy cuisine.
Awards & Ratings
The 2015 vintage was a featured wine in July's Wine Club package, 2018.
Tasting notes written by Tony Aspler.
Geographical Indication: Okanagan Valley, B.C.
Vineyard: Oak Bay Vineyard
Cases Produced: 150
Appearance: Bright, pale straw colour.
Nose: Aromatic, spicy, Muscat-like nose of orange with a mineral note.
Palate: Light-bodied, fruity and floral orange blossom and melon flavours; well-balanced and fresh and lively on the palate.
Quality: Excellent quality. 91 points. Drink now.
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Food Pairing: Light appetizers and cheese plates, baked cauliflower with gruyere cheese sauce, Chinese and Thai cuisine, fresh shellfish, and salmon and tuna sashimi.