Spectacular in its assertive diversity. Some acidity on the tongue, juicy fruitiness like biting into a white fleshed peach, a toasty note on the finish, an orchard of nuance. The vanilla is muted. An uninhibited and delicious blend.
Mainly Chenin Blanc, but Roussanne, Viognier and Marsanne round out the mix. I can see this working in the Okanagan as well as it does in South Africa; someone in Naramata should give it a shot. Food versatility through the roof. Not your Tuesday night house white (given the price point), but what a shame. Refreshing delectability.
Price: A rather steep $39 at New District.
Market Liquidity: Gobs of gorgeousness.