Cave de Lugny Cremant de Bourgogne Rosé NV
Nothing says celebrate like a glass of bubbly! This richly textured sparkling offers floral aromas combined with vibrant notes of strawberry, red cherry and brioche. The fresh acidity and lively mousse make it perfect for pairing with appetizers such as smoked salmon, sushi and tempura.
Kettle Valley Cabernet Merlot
Made from an even blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 50% Merlot that spent 20 months resting in French oak to give it that extra layer of complexity. This wine is drinking beautifully now with the Cabernet lending black currant and cocoa notes whilst Merlot brings in the baked plum fruit flavours. Roast meats would work nicely with this winter wine.
This unoaked blend makes for great versatility in pairing with foods. The slight off-dry style shows just a kiss of honey and makes for an ideal match for your turkey dinner. A silky texture carries through the rich flavours of apple, quince and stone fruits on the palate. Find this crowd pleaser below in the Locally Crafted Basket.
Meyer Pinot Noir
This Pinot Noir showcases the Okanagan using fruit from McLean Creek Vineyard in Okanagan Falls combined with southeast Kelowna vineyards. An elegant wine with a velvety texture offering bright red cherry and cranberry flavours with a hint of cinnamon on the finish. The fresh kick of acidity is perfect for cutting through cranberry crusted Brie and great for pairing with turkey laced with cranberry sauce!
Canadian Club 40
This rare whisky was released in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Silky rich toffee coats the mouth carrying through notes of sweet baking spice and pepper. Flavours of caramelized dried orchard fruits meld with vanilla and ginger on the palate. Seductively smooth and an amazing offer for such an aged whisky.
Jefferson’s Ocean Small Batch Bourbon
This big, rich Bourbon bursts with flavours of orange peel, raisin, floral notes and salted caramel finishing with subtle hints of smoke. It is a close resemblance to how bourbon tasted in the late 1700s, when it used to flow down the Ohio River by boat. This is a truly unique and exciting bourbon.
Auchentoshan - 18 years old
Triple distillation gives a whisky free of impurities with a smooth texture. This whisky boasts superb richness with layers of roasted nuts, tea and complex wood spices from long term ageing. This limited release is a great introduction into single malt whiskies that will sell out quickly..
Glenfiddich Project XX
A rich and complex whisky laden with berry fruit, roasted almond and a myriad of warm winter mulling spice finishing with some rich port undertones.
L’Egérie du Château de Chéreau 200
Ripe plum, black cherry and slight earthiness combined with supple tannins offers a very approachable wine that is drinking nicely now. Pair with lighter game meats such as duck and pheasant with a dark cherry jus. Tagliatelle with wild forest mushrooms would also make for a great match.
Château Bibian 2010
Rich, full-bodied and concentrated wine that offers plenty of flavours with cassis, forest floor and dusty cocoa coming through on the palate. Heavier meats would stand up nicely. Roast beef accompanied with Yorkshire pudding or a flank steak served off the grill.
Seigneur de Talbot 2005
A complex and medium bodied, elegant Bordeaux that can be enjoyed now. For pairing, roast lamb on the simpler side with a hint of mint jus as to not overpower the wine’s complexity or to be savoured and enjoyed with aged hard cheeses.