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Kanazawa Wines 2011 Nomu

Bouquet: Apricot, heaps of citrus, honey, oral. Palate: Fresh acidity, citrus, green apple, mineral lead to a grapefruity finish. Food Pairings: Sushi and sashimi, Turkey dinner, Thai curries and Gruyere cheese.

 Producer Kanazawa Wines
 Region Okanagan Valley
 Country Canada
 Varietals ViognierSemillon
 Alcohol 11.9% alc/vol
 Vintage 2011

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About the Producer

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Kanazawa Wines

Naramata, British Columbia, Canada Naramata, British Columbia, Canada

“In Japanese culture a symbol used to decorate an individual or a family is called a Kamon. The kamon we chose is called a Hanabishi, the direct translation is flower of diamond shape. The use of the Diamond Flower is a tribute to my mother as this Kamon appeared on all of her kimonos and reminds me...

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