Saturday August 31st – 3-6pm – Rosé and Reds!

On Saturday Aug 31st, we will celebrate a different Rosé by pouring 3 distinctly different Rose’s, as well as a New Arrival Eau Vivre 2010 Malbec, and also Township 7 2009 Merlot to go with our Recipe of the week!

Le Vieux Pin 2011 Vaila Rosé $22.00
Made with the Burgundian method of Saigne (literally to bleed) this rose is produced from free run juice from Pinot Noir grapes and entirely steel tank aged. It is a fun, delicate wine absolutely perfect for the summer. The 2011 Vaïla presents a pale salmon colour and explosive aromas of rhubarb, pink grapefruit and the amazing bright red fruit BC rose are famous for,

Moon Curser 2012 Nothing to Declare Rosé $21.90
This is a light-bodied, delicate and vividly colored wine made of Syrah. On the nose the Rosé exhibits intense aromas of fresh and candied red berries with hints of and cassis and fennel seed.  On the palate the wine is not dissimilar to the nose, quite crisp, but the candied fruit gives way to fresh red field berries with raspberry being the dominant characteristic. In the background, slight savoury notes of tobacco and pencil lead shavings.The wine has a crisp finish with good finesse and length.

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La Stella 2011 LaStellina Rosato $20.90
LaStellina is a Rosato with personality and elegance made from %100 Merlot. Off dry and aromatic. This style of Rosato will complement any hot summer day on the patio.

Eau Vivre 2010 Malbec $22.00
Ripe and dark in colour, this 100% Similkameen Valley wine has intense aromas of fresh tobacco, strawberry, raspberry and licorice root.  The palate is layered with saddle leather, black cherry and dark chocolate flavours.  This highly popular wine was aged in a combination of seasoned French and American oak barrels that allow the fruit profile to show its full potential.

Township 7 Vineyards 2009 Merlot $24.99
Our most popular red, this classic Merlot is also a Gold award winner at the 2013 All Canadian Wine Championship. This wine completely refutes the idea that Merlots are meek. It’s a big wine that demonstrates the complexity of south Okanagan terroir with plenty of depth and structure