Mixed Blessings 2016
Released: May 2017
Palate: Similar flavours to the bouquet are present on the palate with a creamy mouth feel.
Food Pairings: A versatile wine that would pair nicely with salmon, chicken or pork.
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The 2016 vintage sees the Viognier grape highlighted once again in the Mixed Blessings. Due to the lovely long growing season, we decided to pick the Viognier at four different times. The first pick was to maximize the acid levels in the grapes while the second, third and fourth picks were based on flavour and ripeness.
All harvests were vinified separately. The first harvest was de-stemmed then directly pressed to tank. The second harvest saw partial skin contact before pressing. The third and fourth harvest went straight to press. All four Viognier tanks were allowed to stabilize until January, when they were blended together. They were aged in tank for 3 more months before filtering and bottling.
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|2016||Silver||BC Best of Varietal 2017|
|2016||Silver||All Canadian Wine Championships 2017|
|2014||Silver||BC Wine Awards 2015|
|2014||Finalist||BC Best of Varietal 2015|
|2013||Bronze||All Canadian Wine Championships 2014|
|2013||Bronze||BC Wine Awards 2014|
|2012||Bronze||National Wine Awards of Canada 2013|
|2011||Silver||BC Wine Awards 2012|
|2011||Bronze||Canadian Wine Awards 2012|