For us, making Pinot Noir (in all its different forms) is truly a labour of love. The hot summer days and cool nights make this vineyard prime Pinot growing country. There is no questions that the 2017 growing season was wild and wet, and harvest was no exception. These grapes were hand-picked on some of the rainiest and windiest days in Okanagan history by a group of dedicated friends and family. Blackberry, acacia, and honeysuckle on the nose, strawberry, rose, and eucalyptus on the palate, and a warm, round finish. This wine pairs well with... honestly, a lot of things but we think it’s perfect with a seafood benedict and a side of sun-soaked patio.