2015 PTG Reviews

90 points – Tony Aspler – September 2017 Ruby colour; cherry pit nose with a candied raspberry note; medium-bodied, dry, lovely mouth-feel; cherry, red plum with a licorice note and a floral grace note.

2015 PTG Awards

Silver Medal, 2017 Cascadia Wine Awards, Oregon

 

PTG 2014 Reviews

91 points – Rick VanSickle – Wines in Niagara – August 30, 2016

A classic blend from JoieFarm of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Gamay. It’s a unique Canadian wine with a nose of black cherry cane cola, plums, raspberries and a full range of savoury spices. It is juicy on the palate with some tannic structure to go with black cherry, black licorice, pepper and spice. Ripe and delicious.

89.5 points – Tony Aspler – TonyAspler.com – August 21, 2016

Ruby-purple colour; cedary, spicy, cherry pit nose with a light oak note; medium-bodied, dry, cherry and cranberry flavours with a touch of tannin on the finish. Well balanced and firm

88 points – Steve Thurlow – Wine Align – August 19, 2016

Passe-tout-grains is a Burgundian term for a blend of pinot noir and gamay. This is a dry red with delicate plum aromas and flavours with lemon, smoke and basil tones. It is very dry, midweight and well balanced with good to very good length. Try with Bbq sausages. Best 2016 to 2018. Tasted August 2016.

2014 PTG Awards

Bronze Medal, 2016 Dan Berger International Wine Competition (formerly Riverside)

Bronze Medal, 2016 Cascadia Wine Awards