Stunning finesse with this Cabernet Sauvignon. Perfectly ripe cherry, black currant, blackberry and blueberries. It’s as the berries were bursting at their skins as they were picked. This followed by vanilla, subtle cloves and silky velvet tannins that linger well along the back of the palate. For the young age of the wine there is impressive depth. Overall, it’s spectacular and I can’t wait to see how this develops over the subsequent 5-8 years. — 4 days ago
Fantastic merlot blend. Dry and full-body with dark red berries and leather notes. Tannins are balanced and this wine will age nicely — 15 days ago
Leather and spice with underlying berries. — 6 days ago
Winner of the 2019 Gold Medal 🥇 as the best “North American Style Pale” this outstanding selection is from our own Fernie Brewing Company in Fernie BC. “Brewed in the Rockies, with a taste of the Coast, this Hop Forward & Tropical West Coast pale ale is best enjoyed under star-filled skies” with friends. 5.4 % alc/vol. IBU 39 🍻🍻 🇨🇦🇨🇦 — 10 days ago
This is a great entry to the established wine scene in BC and you truly want to buy it up... We first tried this at Como Taperia restaurant a week or two ago and have started buying it since. It's a wine for your cider-loving friends I think. Kettle Valley has been doing an orange Pinot Gris for a little bit but this one seems fuller I think. The style is all fruit, yeast, and summer. I really enjoyed it that first night with Spanish tapas, and it rolls equally well with BBQ at home. This is one to load up on for summer... And we have been... The brand and product is bang on. Well done! — 9 days ago
This is my first Canadian Pinot Noir.
Showing red fruits with light wood, spices, black pepper, earth, wet leaves, herbs and red candy.
Light to medium in body with medium plus acidity.
Nice length on the finish with soft tannins and tangy cherries.
A nice Pinot Noir, although not my style.
Needs 30 minutes to open up properly and remove some of the acidity.
This is a Pinot Noir that can be aged for another 5 to 7 years. Good enough to drink by itself.
Thank you, Brian, for sharing this with me.
Aged for 20 months in French oak barrels.
13.7% alcohol by volume.
$54. — 23 days ago