SOAHC Estate Wines Riesling

Wine Tasting Notes*
White flowers, lime pith and cucumber scents open this Fruitvale Riesling, [one of] the first wineries in the Southern Kootenays region and billed as North America’s first biodynamic winery from inception. The off-dry palate carries ripe pear, lychee, fragrant white peach, wild anise, cold cream and floral apple blossoms – concentrated and generous, but reined in with lime peel focus and brightened with kicky citrus acidity. The finish lingers on and on with lime, spring blossoms and stone.

Food Pairing Notes*
Ideal for partnering with fresh spot prawns.

*Courtesy of: Gismondi On Wine – tasted by Treve Ring
Gismondi On Wine notes

UPC: 626990143994

SOAHC Estate Wines Chardonnay

Wine Tasting Notes*
A tight, energetic Chardonnay with green apple, lemon and stone aromas. The green apple and lemon pith return on the crisp palate, where they are joined by gentle hazelnut and waves of caramel. Acidity is bright and stony spiced, and finishes with herbal meadow flowers.

Food Pairing Notes*
Best appreciated when the wine has a chance to warm a bit and breathe, especially paired with scallops or clams.

*Courtesy of: Gismondi On Wine – tasted by Treve Ring
Gismondi On Wine notes

UPC: 626990144007

SOAHC Estate Wines Pinot Noir

Winemakers Notes
The Pinot Noir vines were planted in 2012 on the vineyard’s second bench. Pinot Noir is considered to produce some of the finest wines in the world. The wine tends to be of light to medium body with an aroma reminiscent of black and / or red cherry, raspberry and to a lesser extent currant and many other fine small red and black berry fruits. We hope you are as excited as we are to try it!

Food Pairing Notes
Pinot Noir pairs well with a wide range of foods—fruitier versions make a great match with salmon or other fatty fish, roasted chicken or pasta dishes; bigger, more tannic Pinots are ideal with duck and other game birds, casseroles or, of course, stews like beef bourguignon.
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UPC: 040232520907

SOAHC Estate Wines Projected Production 2017-2021

Notes: These projections are conservatively based on production of 2.5 tons of grapes per acre with 600 litres of wine per ton and 9 litres of wine per case. Potential when in full production could be up to 3.5 ton per acre with 700 litres of wine per ton. These projections do not reflect the potential damage of being in farming through the whims and patterns of Mother Nature including years of unusual wind and hail, wild animals, wasps, birds etc.

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