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province or anywhere else. It comes from the family’s McLean Creek vineyard
near Okanagan Falls, grown on a steep, south-aspect slope of glacial
deposits of gravel and sand. There are aromas of cherry, rose and cedar, and
a harmonious blend of cherries, plums and cinnamon on the palate. Serve
with porchetta, or with anything for that matter.
1. Hastings House, 1978.
2. Running Press, 1989.
3. Printed in Making Sense of Burgundy (New York:
William Morrow & Co, 1990).
4. Ron Washam, The HoseMaster’s Comprehensive
Guide to Wine, ch 8 (“The Proper Use of Wine Terminology”)
emphasis in original, online: <hosemasterofwine.
5. Tim Patterson & John Buechenstein, Wine and Place:
A Terroir Reader (University of California Press:
6. A measure of heat reflecting the number of cumulative
hours the temperature is above 10°C during the
growing season. See British Columbia Grapegrowers’
Association, “Growing Degree Days”, online:
7. North Point Press, 1988.
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