The Press Release said:
|The BC Hospitality Foundation (BCHF) is honoured to be the beneficiary of a new initiative by Naramata’s Nichol Vineyard and Winery.
Starting immediately, the Naramata winery will donate $10 from the sale of every case of its 2019 Pinot Gris to the local charity.
Cases of the wildly popular Nichol Vineyard 2019 Pinot Gris may be purchased online for home delivery; shipping is free within B.C. or across Canada with a purchase or 2 or more cases.
Our guests are:
Dana Lee Harris – Executive Director of BC Hospitality Foundation
Matthew Sherlock – Director Sales and Marketing Nichol Vineyard/Partner Lock and Worth
Think about it – wait staff, the kitchens, cleaners, front of house, hotel staff and their families. Covid 19 has crushed a lot of lives and dreams.
We’re telling this story because people and businesses are stepping forward to help and support each other.,
Nichol Pinot Gris is one of the most popular wines in BC…here’s a chance to buy a case or two and help those around you.
While we’re talking to Matt Sherlock we’ll also talk about the Nichol portfolio and the sneaky good Lock and Worth
(This winery is truth in winemaking. I love them for the honesty with which they create.)
They are actually admitting to miscreating and then selling a white blend that wasn’t supposed to be a blend…and you can find it at $13.00 in selected stores.
It’s a Chard and Semillon. Return buyers indicate its damn good.
The last story is the return of John Glavina to TRR. He’s the Co-Founder of Giant Head Winery in Summerland.
John and his partner Jinny Lee continue to offer better and better wines. Some are sold out (always a good sign) and several are gems you want to seek out.
They have two levels of wines
Giant Head and Canyonview.
Giant Head offers solid entry wines at affordable prices.
The Canyonview line is the very best on offer.
Welcome back John Glavina
STORIES WE’RE WORKING ON:
Luke Whittall – Valleys of Wine
Black Swift opens its doors
Wines of BC – an update.