I had the pleasure of attained the Okanagan Falls Spring release at the Terminal City Club in Vancouver.
Among the few outstanding wines was Liquidity's college 2017.
The wine Is a topical bend of 6 grapes.
Blend of 39% Gewürztraminer, 22% Pinot Gris, 18% Sauvignon Blanc, 14% Riesling, 7% Chardonnay Musqué
Featuring aromas of ripe papaya, yellow plum, peach and honeysuckle, with a round mouthfeel and flavours of melon, starfruit, apple, lime, and spice with keen minerality.
Its gentle touch of sweetness will make a favourite patio wine this year for sure.
Situated midway between Skaha and Vaseux Lakes upon the "Vaseux Bench",
the most narrow region of the Okanagan Valley. Liquidity resides in ideal conditions for grape growing. The vineyards here have been producing grapes for over 20 years. Partners Ian MacDonald,James Davidson and Dale Shwed decide to buy the property and open a winery.
The Vineyard had 10 acres of mature vines, notably Pinot Noir;
another 10 acres on the prime south-facing slope has been replanted. The
other varieties here include Viognier, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Merlot,
Cabernet Franc and a little Cabernet Sauvignon
Liquidity named Matt Holmes, the former winemaker at
Tantalus Vineyards, as its vineyard and
The adobe-style home originally on
this property was redeveloped in 2013
to include a spacious tasting room and
bistro with one of the finest vineyard
views in the Okanagan.