The GOODS from JoieFarm
Vancouver, BC | With great pride, JoieFarm introduces three reserve wines paired best with warm weather wishes. JoieFarm’s 2015 “En Famille” Reserve wines are now available to our private mailing list. Sourced from the stunning and warm 2015 vintage, these intense yet elegant wines are perfect for ushering in Spring.
2015 “En Famille” Reserve Chardonnay: sourced from our most prized vineyard block, gently aged in 20% new oak, and barrel selected, this Chardonnay is a prime example of the intense and elegant potential of cool-climate winemaking in a warm vintage. Expect honeydew melons, nut skin, and drawn butter on the nose. Peach, ripe Spartan apple, and briney oyster on the palate with focused acidity and layers of complexity. $30.00 (taxes included) click here for more information.
?2015 “En Famille” Reserve Gewürztraminer: stylistically inspired by the unctuous and exotic Alsatian Grand Cru Gewürztraminers, 2015 provided the perfect conditions for a reserve wine decadent in aromas of lychee and spicy, fresh rose petals balanced by intense flavours of orange blossom water, kumquat and quince. $28.00 (taxes included) click here for more information.
2015 “En Famille” Reserve Riesling: the newest member of our Reserve portfolio, you may recognize this Riesling from our JoieBox offer. Now available for mixed-cases at your leisure, enjoy this versatile Riesling sourced from one of the oldest vinifera sites in BC (planted in the late eighties). Expect dried mint and mineral on the nose leading to intense lemon, lime, ginger, and bright acidity on the palate. $28.00 (taxes included) click here for more information.
These reserve wines are now readily available to our loyal client base for shipping anytime. Find them at our online store here.
Noelle Starzynski | General Manager
Heidi Noble | Winemaker & Owner
JoieFarm is owned and operated by Heidi Noble and is located on their farm on the beautiful Naramata Bench in the Okanagan Valley in the interior of British Columbia. JoieFarm is interested exclusively in the grape varieties of Alsace, Burgundy and Champagne which excel in the cool-climate, desert landscape of the Okanagan and Similkameen Valleys. We are particularly interested in making these wines because not only are they wines that we love and enjoy drinking, but we feel these varieties thrive and are relevant in our area. As young winemakers at the forefront of a new wine region, we are interested in exploring the potential and synergy between these aromatic varietals and their role in distinguishing the culinary West Coast of Canada as an emerging and unified cuisine.