Plot Winery is all about minimal intervention and this year’s 2019Tempranillo Rose presents in unfiltered fabulosity! Cool, dry and refreshing but weighty enough to stand up to great fall fare so don’t miss out on this gem! And, if you’re in for something really fun try the small-batch, natural Orange #1; Gewurz & Muscat in a full-cluster ferment. Either one is a perfect pairing for a charcuterie afternoon on the patio! Contact me for availability info!
So juicy, tart, refreshing, fabulous and cheerful… perfect for the patio or a picnic! Available now at select private liquor stores at around $19/bottle.
I’m very lucky to be the Agent to introduce you to Plot Wines – showcasing gorgeous minimal-intervention wines from the South Okanagan. Small batches (max 100 cases of each intro varietal) but masterfully urged to perfection! Plot is releasing two wines this month (I’ve tasted both and can’t wait to get them out to my customers!) through Aspire Wines and we look forward to 3 more being added later this fall/winter. Plot wines does not yet have a winery to visit so feel free to contact me about where to buy them (public) or to arrange a tasting for your restaurant wine list or private retail outlet!
This month, page 40 features Origin Wines, an interview with wine-maker Daiya Anderson! Also, on the home page of the site you can see Rollingdale Winery’s Cab Sauv ranked among the best of the Okanagan! Visit their website or Social Media sites for more info : ) https://okanaganlife.com/
I bet I’m not the only one who’s glad to see the snow melt, eager to golf, but most importantly….. tasting the much-anticipated new releases for Spring! With the Okanagan Spring Wine Festival just around the corner, now is the time to book your trip to reconnect with our beautiful valley and vines, looking forward to seeing you here!
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To store wine for short-term, you need a dark place, with a consistently cool temperature (approx 55ºF or 13ºC) with bottles lying on their sides, away from light and vibration (i.e. furnaces, washers or dryers). Wine should not be stored in a kitchen refrigerator for more than two weeks.
Summer is coming, and with the higher temps and more sunshine in the kitchen it might be a great time to finally turn that unused closet into your perfect wine storage!