In 1961, the Stewarts planted on the Quails’ Gate Estate their first shipment of Vitis vinifera rootstock: the Chasselas. These vines, of Swiss origin, produced beautiful fruit perfectly suited to the local climate – and were the beginning of one of the most iconic wines at Quails’ Gate. This white blend is made in a fresh fruit-forward style to complement long summer days.
The three grapes that make up this blend are hand harvested and cold-fermented in separate stainless-steel tanks to enhance their aromatic and intensively fruity characteristics. Best enjoyed chilled with seared or grilled seafood, white meats with creamy sauces, grilled vegetable dishes, and mild cheeses such as Brie or Camembert.
|Dimensions||33 × 9 × 9 cm|
British Columbia, Okanagan Valley
Chasselas, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris
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