Fork in the Road

Truly great wines derive their unique character from the place where they are made. The beautiful and pristine Okanagan Valley is cradled between the Cascade Mountains to the West and the Monashees to the East in south central British Columbia. The single degree of latitude north of the 49th parallel Canada/US border offers a remarkable breadth of micro climates and soils, creating one of the most fertile and versatile growing regions in the world. This is the home of Fork in the Road.

Oliver Block 212 White

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Tasting Notes

Exceptionally Okanagan. Unapologetically non-conformist. Estate-grown Chardonnay combines nicely with Semillon, Muscat, Pinot Gris and Viognier to craft this lively and serendipitous blend. A rich, juicy, medium-bodied wine with tropical notes of pineapple and melon infused with hints of all spice and jasmine.

Winemaker’s Notes

50% Chardonnay, 20% Semillon, 15% Muscat, 10% Pinot Gris, 5% Viognier
12.0% Alc. | R.S. 4.2 g/l | T.A. 6.4 g/l | 750mL
Oaked: Aged sur-lie in French oak barrels for 8 months
Harvest: October & November 2010
Vineyards: Naramata, Oliver & Osoyoos