Wednesday Wine Reviews by Sam Hauck aka @Sam_WineTeacher

Estate fruit grown in the Similkameen Valley and co-fermented on Viognier skins as is done in the Rhine Valley of France.  The wine was aged for 20 months in new and second use French and American oak barrels, each of which imparts different nuances to the wine. 

Wednesday Wine Reviews by @Sam_WineTeacher

  2015 Muscat Bordertown Osoyoos, BC $22 Lemon yellow with medium intensity.  Your nose is greeted with a cacophony of tropical and floral notes, especially pineapple, melon and peach.  Well balanced, full and round in the mouth.  Mouth-watering fruit is echoed on the palate.  A medium-long finish with ginger-like bitterness lingering.  All the rich, ripe … Read more Wednesday Wine Reviews by @Sam_WineTeacher

Okanagan Feast of Fields Goes ‘Off the Grid’

  The 8th annual FarmFolk CityFolk Okanagan Feast of Fields being held on Sunday, August 14th is now just a few weeks away.  Described as a wandering harvest festival, it showcases some of the very best of the region including chefs, farmers, fishers, ranchers, food artisans, vintners, brewers, and distillers.  Okanagan Feast of Fields highlights the connections between farmer and chef, field to … Read more Okanagan Feast of Fields Goes ‘Off the Grid’