It is easy to understand why Pinot Gris is the darling of the Okanagan Valley. You find such pleasant aromas of grapefruit and pineapple bursting from the heart of this wine. This wine is partially fermented on its skins, which gives it a golden hue in the glass while developing roundness to the palate. The fruit is carefully harvested from the estate’s Ghost Pines Vineyard in Peachland which lends to the balance of ripeness and vibrancy in this wine. Fresh, local seafood will pair well with this Pinot Gris. Thoughts turn to seared scallops in a Thai cream sauce, and crab in black bean sauce.