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Recline Ridge Vineyard and Winery Ltd.

Recline Ridge Vineyard and Winery Ltd. Recline Ridge Vineyards and Winery is family-owned and operated, nestled in the heart of the Shuswap Lake area of British Columbia. Although north of the 50th parallel, our vineyards enjoy sun drenched days and cool evenings which maximize varietal character and set the stage for the production of award winning wines noted for their clean sound structure, intense flavours and perfect balance.

Directions
Take the Trans Canada Highway west of Salmon Arm. At 14.4 km from the Centenoka Mall, turn south on Tappen Valley Road; proceed four km to Skimikin Road.


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RR1 S12 C16, Tappen, BC, CA, V0E 2X0 Email: inquiry@recline-ridge.bc.ca
Phone: 250-835-2228 Web: www.recline-ridge.bc.ca
Fax: 250-835-2212
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Products



  Cuvée Madeleine
The Madeleine Angevine vine has the rare attribute of being almost totally "female" which means that, unlike other vines, it is not self-pollinating but must be planted near to other varieties in order to be fruitful.
  Gamay Noir VQA
Also known as Gamay Beaujolais in France, produces a beautiful medium bodied wine with flavours of Cherry, Strawberry and Black Pepper with a spicy finish and a hint of toasty oak. A great sipper or companion to a wide range of foods from Beef Tenderloin to Teriyaki.
  Gewürztraminer
  Kerner
This vintage was picked in late November and reflects classic Kerner fruity flavours with aromas of floral, marzipan and pears.
  Maréchal Foch VQA
Like the other hybridizers of his day, Kuhlmann created new varieties by crossing native American vines with European vines in a search for productive and disease-resistant varieties. Georges Masson, an The comparison to Burgundy, which is made with Pinot Noir, may be have been inspired by the vaguely similar earth aromas and smoky note in the finish of a Maréchal Foch wine. Other flavours include plums and spice. Masson thought the wine aged well. It depends on the style: most are made to be enjoyed when released with only a rare one crafted for long-term cellaring. St. Hubertus winemaker Cherie Jones advises drinking it by its fifth birthday.
  Maréchal Foch VQA
Like the other hybridizers of his day, Kuhlmann created new varieties by crossing native American vines with European vines in a search for productive and disease-resistant varieties. Georges Masson, an The comparison to Burgundy, which is made with Pinot Noir, may be have been inspired by the vaguely similar earth aromas and smoky note in the finish of a Maréchal Foch wine. Other flavours include plums and spice. Masson thought the wine aged well. It depends on the style: most are made to be enjoyed when released with only a rare one crafted for long-term cellaring. St. Hubertus winemaker Cherie Jones advises drinking it by its fifth birthday.
  Optima
When grown primarily on cool sites in British Columbia, Optima achieves better balance, one reason why awarding winning dessert wines have been made by several wineries. Both Quails' Gate and Domaine de Chaberton have had the good fortune in some vintages to have botrytis and so-called noble rot among their Optima Grapes. This contributes honey and tobacco flavours, adding richness to the aroma and taste of the wines.
  Ortega VQA
This German-developed grape is a cross of Müller-Thurgau and Siegerrebe. It major advantage is its ability to mature readily to adequate to high sugar levels early and in less than ideal growing conditions. For this reason, the variety has become a staple to wineries on Vancouver Island an in the most northerly extensions of the Okanagan Valley. The somewhat exotic flavours of the wine -- Muscat and apricots -- make it both a good apéritif and a favourite with Asian foods. Cherry Point's Wayne Ulrich likes it with his wife's home-made bread and peanut butter. "I've had it with Cajun chicken," vintner Loretta Zanatta says, "It takes a lot to wipe out Ortega."
  Perle Dessert Wine VQA
Perle is an exquisite dessert wine, crafted from Perle of C'saba, Ortega and Siegerrebe grapes, finished in an exotic, wintery, sweet fruit style. Enjoy served cold on fresh fruit or as an elegant Aperitif. Sweetness code is a 9, with nicely balanced acidity.
  Pinot Meunier VQA
Fruit forward style with lovely berry flavours of Cherry, Blackberry, Raspberry, Black Pepper and Anise with a hint of French Oak and soft tannin finish.
  Pinot Noir Rosé
This is a true Rosé, pressed from a red grape (Pinot Noir) and picked in late November.
  Shuswap Serenade VQA
Blend of Chardonnay, Madeleine Angevine & Madeleine Sylvanner grapes, light oak finish. VQA - describes this wine as Fruity, Citrus, Apricot, Tropical, Melon, Strawberry, Spicy, Cinnamon, Cloves, Caramel with a fruity, muscat nose.
  Siegerrebe
An aromatic wine on its own, the variety also is useful in bolstering the tropical fruit notes in blends. Because the ripe grape is so luscious, the fruit attracts swarms of wasps which suck the juice and leave behind hollow, disease prone bunches of grapes. When a winery succeeds in getting it into a bottle, it is a seductive wine before or after dinner.

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