The Viognier for this wine was grown in our west Osoyoos vineyard. The west side of the Okanagan valley gets the evening shade from the mountains which help to preserve the acidity while still developing the full ripe flavours that the South Okanagan is known for. Handpicked and sorted, gently pressed before fermentation in stainless steel tanks to preserve the fruit’s fresh flavours. The finished wine was then aged in French oak barrels for 6 months before final blending and bottling.
Road 13 Vineyards
Road 13 farms to protect the land. Taking care of the dirt means it’ll take care of our roots, producing the best fruit possible. This cycle lets us make honest wines. We’ll keep farming this way for generations to come. It’s the only way we know how.