In general, the BC Okanagan produces some decent Ehrenfelser which is, mostly, refreshing, light, zippy yet often a tad innocuous. As the warmer weather hits, a good varietal to have for sipping on the patio. That said, I’m not sure what Gismondi meant when he said it was one of the better aromatic white wines of BC but only clocked it in at 87 points. I might say, conversely, it’s one more of the less than memorable BC whites and clock it in at 88, given the steep competition. Anyone for forgettable Pinot [fill in the blank]? Welcome to BC. The stainless steel then oak seems to be of little consequence.
Price: I think on sale at Save On Foods for $19.99.
Market Liquidity: At least it’s not Yellow Tail.