Love Siduri generally and this is an amazing deal. Strawberries, plum and cherries. Little bit of quince and spice. — 13 days ago
Our go to pseudo sommelier and both bar tenders gave this one 2 thumbs up, while encouraging us to make this our 1st up vineyard next time we are in Napa. Perched high in the mountains, a super smooth, slightly jammy Jen is produced. That said, all I can think about is the beauty next to me…blessed — 17 hours ago
On board Viking Orion and wine sommelier Maksum recommended this..perfect for us on our SeaCation — a month ago
Stellar Pinot with lots of fruit and acidity. Mild color change to light red tones. I was impressed with the body and depth of the wine. Decanted two hours before and it could have used a bit more time. Elegant and structured and it left a definite palate impression after consumption. Pothier was a master of his cellar and crafted very classic wines from his domain. 89pts. — 25 days ago
Easy drinking and enjoyable Merlot. — 23 days ago
Crunchy red fruit and black pepper. A very present but controlled damp soil character, that evolves into a crushed stone minerality in the background that brings dimension and a intriguing character to the nose.
An airy palate, yet with a grasping bite, plenty of pepper and a high freshness that penetrates the fruit and holds through a solid finish.
It manage the art of being easy to drink, yet with a gripping and tense structure as well as a good complexity that ask for your attention.
Drink it on the cooler side and it will serve you well as summer red. Nothing less than a bargain from the master of Bobal.
— 6 days ago
Vintage 2018 | Ooooph, this is an impressive wine: extremely expressive smell with spices and flint, well balanced taste with good concentration. The sommelier told that the wine comes from grapes harvested late from high vineyards. | Paired with langoustine and chanterelles | at restaurant Alma in Oisterwijk — 22 days ago
2017 vintage. Certified organic Pinot Noir grapes from Garnet Valley which is the highest plantings in the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia.
A nose of bright cherry, carrot tops and celery salt.
Ripe cherries and herbaceous qualities envelope your palette. Earthy and a bit smokey with crisp acidity on the finish.
This wine was built for grilled Pacific salmon or duck pizza.
In 2017 , Shane Taylor won British Columbia Sommelier of the Year. Every year’s winner is given the opportunity to make a wine with Okanagan Crush Pad Winery.
This is Shane’s legacy and a very nice wine.
— 20 days ago