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Podcast #1 – Introductions and Odyssey Brut
My first real BC wine ever was a bottle of Sumac Ridge’s 199? Blanc de Noir sparkling wine. I bought it on my first ever trip to Vancouver where I spent New Year’s Eve 1999-2000. For anyone who is over 30 today, it was an extremely special New Year’s because, if we believed all the […]
Tempranillo 2006 by D’Angelo Estate Winery
Here it is, our first podcast. In this first episode, we talk about our philosophy of wine and taste the Odyssey Brut 2006 from Gray Monk Estate Winery.
Podcasts, reviews, and opinions from the wine glass
We mostly hear about wines being over-priced. Sticker shock when browsing the shelves, especially for BC wines, is very common. This wine will still shock you, but in a much better way.
There’s a lot going on in the industry right now and it seems like it’s a pivotal time in the history of our wine region. There are new wineries coming online every year, new varieties and styles, and new ideas about what the Okanagan and BC wines are capable of achieving. The most interesting thing about it at this point however, is that most of that growth has happened in a bit of a bubble.