Very chemical aroma of wet pebbles and a bushel of hay. Dry grasses and herbs on the palate. Tart zingy finish. We drank it with kale and spinach risotto. The tart citrus cut through the rich buttery risotto beautifully which some of us loved but I found too tart. — 3 months ago
Not the most nuanced thing in the world but pairs well with dessert. Tiramisu. — 4 months ago
Holding really well. Dark red fruit, great acid, good balance — 19 days ago
Was perfect with foie gras and pearsy — 3 months ago
One of the best Canadian Rieslings. Great acid, green apple, can go for years — 3 months ago
A Marechal Foch from BC’s Okanagan Valley. Marechol Foch is a hybrid grape that is particularly resistant to cold which led to wide range planting in Canada. BUT generally as a cheap plonk wine to be made in quantity.
This winery here, however, is considered the one that has mastered Marechal Foch. And this wine is SO good. Big jammy blackberry flavour for days. — 5 months ago
In Vancouver and wanted to try a Canadian wine. This was something I will order again! — a month ago
Holding up really well. Candied fruit, some cassis notes from the rare Cabernet Sauvignon dominant vintage. — 3 months ago
Whistler, BC, Canada — 4 months ago
Medium ruby color.
Aromas of cassis, green bell pepper,
Dry. Flavors of cassis, green bell pepper, black pepper, licorice. Smooth, rich tannins. Great acidity.
Finish: 4/5 — 16 days ago