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.
— 21 days ago
2018 with Shane. #dryfarmwines — 9 months ago
😲 full body cab— absolutely amazing. Shane picked it out. Yum. — a year ago
Dinner w Shane and Nell. Round, dark fruits. LOVE! — 3 months ago
Erin and Shane drank on 6/15/2020. Enjoyed. — a year ago
Red fruit, cherry, dried fruit, jam, plum. Super enjoyable! I think this is the best Pinot Noir I've ever tasted. — 2 years ago
With Shane and Adam. — 2 months ago
Needed time to open up but very round after! Great w cheese. Drinks w Debbie Shane and bell — 3 months ago
Late night Friday night dinner @Cornerstone. Too many people drinking on Peel Street, the loud honking of cabs trying to make their way down Hollywood, and we were tucked away having another wonderful meal thanks to Shane Osborn’s kitchen (thanks, Nick!). The wagyu. The salmon (how is salmon SO GOOD in this town?). Oh and octopus and carpaccio as well. This is their house red. So easy to drink. At the right temperature. It was a great way to close out a hectic week. — 10 months ago