Made in a natural and gentle way, wild yeast fermentation, large oak maturation and low levels of sulphur dioxide. Perhaps the key to this wine is the purity of fruit. This wine is effortlessly delicious.
"This wine from Lethbridge tastes of leather and plum, mint and black cherry, with a subtle-but-not-overt infusion of dry spice, not quite into pepper but almost there. It has a rude freshness to it in spite of its leathery undercurrents. The drinkability factor here is high to say the least. Few things are as magnetic as purity.” 91 points, Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front