“In this series we bring you our #FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions which we personally recommend”
Yes, it’s that time of year once again. Time for you to get thinking about gift giving. We want to make it easy for you to give the perfect gift and so today we are launching our 2020 #FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions.
This year is a little different than most but fear not we have lots of great holiday gift ideas coming your way so you can #PartyLikeIts2020 How about celebrating the season via Zoom this year? Send your friends and family the gift of wine and join together virtually to have your own virtuelle fête safely. No need to miss out on the fun. Some wineries have special offers and packages just for the holiday season. Or for the independent wine drinker choose two or three wines to send to each of your ChristmasZoom guests and party on!
2019 SILVER MANE BLOCK RIESLING
This estate grown and bottled Riesling is sure to delight you. Its delicate citrus, peach and vanilla notes beautifully accentuate its ample body. A well-rounded wine with a complex nose and soft lingering flavours. 5+ years ageing potential.
2018 PINOT NOIR
2016 SPARKLING CHARDONNAY
Fresh aromas of peach, apple, and almond also show on the palate. A creamy texture with a soft, delicate mousse is followed by a long, refreshing, dry, lime finish.Food match: Great on its own or try with egg rolls, popcorn, sushi, or a blini with crème fraiche.$21.99 available online
Shopping for someone else but not sure what to give them? Give them the gift of choice with a Harper’s Trail Estate Winery gift card. Gift cards are delivered by email and contain instructions to redeem them at checkout. Valid only on Harper’s Trail Estate Winery Online Store. This gift card never expires.
Digital Gift Card
Purchasing a digital gift card creates a unique code. The gift card recipient can enter this code at checkout to subtract the gift card value from their order total.
from $25.00 available to purchase online here.
The first winery to open in Kamloops Harper’s Trail, named for the cattle drive trail of pioneer rancher Thaddeus Harper, emerges as the first estate winery from Kamloops. Tucked into the city outskirts on the bank of the South Thompson River, Ed and Vicki Collett’s vineyard sits among rolling hills of sage and grass, home to Bighorn sheep, bears, and myriad birds. The backdrop of limestone, Hoodoos, and a natural spring set the biodiversity of this rare place.
The wines reflect the region, with the minerality and crisp acidity that are becoming known to exemplify the South Thompson area.
Images and tasting notes courtesy of the winery. I received one complimentary bottle of each wine to facilitate this feature. If you would like to be featured in our #FavouriteThings Holiday Gift Suggestions campaign please connect with your pr agency or email firstname.lastname@example.org