Blasted Church Red Blend Okanagan Valley Vqa the Dam Flood 2004

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Colour: Crimson with ruby hues. Bouquet: Chocolate covered cherries (Black Forest Cake), plums, cranberry, raisins and white pepper. Palate: Medium bodied wine with bright red berry fruit, layers of plum, cranberry and spice followed by firm tannins and a toasty vanilla finish.. Food Pairings: Lamb wrapped with prociutto on top of gnocchi, suki yaki and turkey dinner.

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Blasted Church Vineyards:
Perched high on a rolling hillside that cascades into Skaha Lake, this is undoubtedly one of the most majestic vineyard sites in the valley. It is also one of the most desirable, with some of the region's most ideal topography and attractive microclimate. Now into its second decade of grape production, our vineyard has long been a choice purveyor of premium quality grapes to many of British Co... Read more
Perched high on a rolling hillside that cascades into Skaha Lake, this is undoubtedly one of the most majestic vineyard sites in the valley. It is also one of the most desirable, with some of the region's most ideal topography and attractive microclimate. Now into its second decade of grape production, our vineyard has long been a choice purveyor of premium quality grapes to many of British Columbia's leading wineries. Nearly all of our estate harvest is now dedicated to the production of fine wines. This is exceptionally important for us as we believe that wines of exceptional character truly begin in the vineyard. Read less

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Snooth User: BooRadley
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4.50 5
09/07/2010

Huge surprise -a truly great Okanagan blend. A wonderful red and incredible value at sub $20. Sadly no longer available and replaced by the inferior Bing Bang. Looking forward to the day the Dam Flood returns. In the meantime, will have to make due with the Nothing Sacred and Hatfield Fuse.



Colour: Crimson with ruby hues. Bouquet: Chocolate covered cherries (Black Forest Cake), plums, cranberry, raisins and white pepper. Palate: Medium bodied wine with bright red berry fruit, layers of plum, cranberry and spice followed by firm tannins and a toasty vanilla finish.. Food Pairings: Lamb wrapped with prociutto on top of gnocchi, suki yaki and turkey dinner.

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