Created from a blend of Muscats, Chardonnay and Riesling, this dry white wine is truly a sum of its parts. The Muscats bring huge aromatics of orange blossoms, the Riesling brings in citrus and bright acidity, while the addition of Chardonnay adds weight in the palate and rounds out the wine.
The style is typical of Orofino wines. Racy, fruit forward, and distinct. Built for pairing with food. This is barrel-fermented to pump up the volume but the oak sits discreetly in the background somewhere. Well-balanced and 100% yum.
Flavours derived from the granite rocks that populate the Vineyard. This is a rich and concentrated Riesling that focusses on texture and minerality derived from soils where it was born. Notes of ripe apple and blend seemlessly with an underlying mineral streak. Finished very slightly off-dry, this delicious wine is perfect to contemplate on its own or pair with a wide variety of foods.
The driest of our trio of Rieslings. Lime and wet rocks all over it. Someone once wrote that it has more acid than a Led Zeppelin concert. We liked that. This is a great food wine that will age very very well. Classic Similkameen Riesling.
Wild fermented in old french oak barrels. Our own vines, planted in 1989, help produce an intense and luxurious mouthfeel with flavours of honey, peaches and lime. Perhaps one of our best vintages to date!
Our very first rosé made from our Home Vineyard Pinot Noir block that consists of 5 different clones and vine age of 10 to 29 years old. This pretty rosé has the weight and mouthfeel to pair well with a variety of foods.
This is a classic wine from Orofino that has a strong following every vintage. The name is a nod to a local landmark bridge that crosses the Similkameen River. Soft tannins and rich flinty flavours. Just straight up delicious.
This small production wine gets more attention from wine writers than anything else we make. Why? It’s juicy, fresh, highly gulpable and tastes like the vineyards here in Cawston where it was grown. It’s the real deal.