Matched Wines

Matched Articles 

Best of the West: What is the Okanagan Valley’s Signature Wine? | Just Wine
The Vine

Best of the West: What is the Okanagan Valley’s Signature Wine?

No one seems to agree on what defines the BC wine industry, what the Okanagan Valley’s signature is, or where it might be heading in the future....
Wine industry professionals and wine drinkers seem to be obsessed with each and every country or wine region having a particular wine identity. For example, New Zealand is famous for Sauvignon Blanc and Argentina’s signature grape is Malbec. Naturally, Canadians want their own wine identity, too. Across...
Rhone | Just Wine
Tasting Terms
R

Rhone

The name of the river, valley and wine producing region in south-west France. The villages in this famous wine region produce wines mostly from...
Viognier | Just Wine
Tasting Terms
V

Viognier

The classic white grape of the northern Rhone Valley of France where it makes the expensive wine known as Condrieu. Now also made in California...
Syrah (Shiraz) | Just Wine
Tasting Terms
S

Syrah (Shiraz)

This is the classic red grape of the northern Rhone Valley and southern France. Inside France, it is known as Syrah, but outside France it is...
Rousanne | Just Wine
Tasting Terms
R

Rousanne

This white grape is grown in the northern Rhone Valley of France. It is most often used for blending with the white wine grape Marsanne.
Petite Sirah | Just Wine
Tasting Terms
P

Petite Sirah

A red grape variety, most widely grown in California, not to be confused with the true Syrah of the Rhone Valley of France.
Top