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We’re nine months into this pandemic and I’ve been writing a little less than usual, but drinking a lot more. What about you? Yeh, that’s what I thought. However, I have made a concerted effort to support local wineries and … Continue reading
As the bottle mentions, this delicious tipple was created by Michael Bartier, Matt Dumayne and consultant winemaker Alberto Antonini at the Okanagan Crush Pad and has been “..fermented using wild yeast and raised in concrete.” Okay, so let’s talk about … Continue reading
If I could drink this all day, every day, I would. Hands down. No question. Unfined, unfiltered, fermented with indigenous yeast, and aged for 8 months on the skins in amphorae. Pressed and then rested for two more months and … Continue reading