Haywire Pink Bub

Name of wine | Haywire Pink Bub

About winery | Haywire Winery is located in Summerland at Okanagan Crush Pad Winery and started in 2007 when Christine Coletta and Steve Lornie opened the winery. Haywire is an old Canadian term that refers to the wire once used for baling hay and also describes their transition from city to owning a vineyard+winery. The Bub is named after David Scholefield’s daughter Alison.

Vintage | 2012

Grape Variety | 51 %Pinot Noir and 49 %Chardonnay from cool mountain vineyard near Oliver, BC

Aroma | citrus, lemon, apple

Colour | light, elegant pink

Taste | crisp green apple and cherry, tingling bubbles on each sip

Food pairing | popcorn, asian food, cheese/charcuterie

Price | $24.90

Personal Note | One of my favourite BC bubbles for the colour, taste and feel it would be a perfect wine for any occasion, even just to enjoy on a friday night.

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