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A wide array of intense fruit aromas is the hallmark of the Alias blend, and the 2017 version does not disappoint. No less than seven different grape varieties combine to produce an impressive range of aromas - lemon curd, fresh flowers, green apple, lime juice, ginger and exotic spices all leap out of the glass. On the palate fresh acidity combines seamlessly with a hint of sweetness, and the long finish shows further complexity through pineapple and honey flavours. A fantastic appetizer wine, Alias is best enjoyed chilled while in its youth.
24% Chasselas, 18% Riesling, 17% Muscat, 15% Gewurztraminer, 12% Pinot Blanc, 9% Pinot Gris, 5% Schonburger
Awards & Ratings
- Tony Aspler
This was a featured wine in July's Wine Club package, 2019.
Tasting notes written by Tony Aspler.
Geographical Indication: VQA Okanagan Valley, BC
Varietal: Chasselas (24%), Riesling (18%), Muscat (17%), Gewurztraminer (15%), Pinot Blanc (12%), Pinot Gris (9%), Schonburger (5%)
Vineyard: Select Naramata Vineyards
Cases Produced: 1,138
Appearance: White gold in colour.
Nose: A complex nose of lychee, rose petal, grapefruit and lime.
Palate: Medium-bodied, just off-dry, a cornucopia of spicy orange, melon, apple and lychee flavours.
Quality: Very Good+. 88.5 points. Harmonious and fun to drink. Enjoy now.
Food Pairing: Avocado and prawn risotto, swiss cheese fondue, pan-seared foie gras with a spice citrus purée, pad Thai with a green papaya salad, and roasted mushroom and brie soup.