The rains have arrived in British Columbia's lower mainland. The falls colours so magnificently displayed. Which means it is time to look back at some of the more enjoyable wines of the summer.
We stayed close to home this year experience many of the fine wines offered in the Fraser Valley. We visited the Bacchus Bristo at Chaberton a few times and did a special tasting with winemaker Andrea Lee. Andrea has knocked it out of the park with her cellar of wines. The Reserve Bacchus 2015 was astonishing. We can also recommend the Gamay Noir 2016
From St. Catharines, Ontario we really appreciated Kings Court Pinot Grigio. Aso the Estate Chardonnay 2014 from Hidden Bench.
Back in the Fraser Valley we had a wonderful tasting experience with Jason at Township Seven. WinemakerMary McDermott has created quite the cellar. the 2016 Viognier was fantastic.
Fruit Wines - both Ripples and Krause Berry farm have raised the bar for impressive wines.
For more on our Wine selections please see Robert's Selections
Watch the website for The Best Wines of 2017