Averill Creek in the Globe and Mail
Late August saw Averill Creek's 2008 Pinot Noir mentioned in the Globe and Mail.
"All the fruit for this classic Pinot Noir comes from his 30-acre vineyard in the warm Cowichan Valley. It’s cherry-scented with a touch of oak and fresh acidity. This versatile low-alcohol (12 per cent) food wine pairs well with the smokiness and sweetness of barbecue planked salmon with a maple glaze."
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