2015 Pinot Noir

Intensely aromatic, brooding dark fruits intertwine with subtle toasty nuances. A powerful Pinot with layered complexity of red berries and forest floor, lead to a firm yet sensual structured finish. This wine will reward cellaring.

  • Hand-harvested October 7th, 2015
  • Crop yield 2.5 tons per acre
  • 237 cases produced
  • Alc. 13.5% | RS 0.8 | pH 3.0 | TA 6.3

The 2015 Mirabel Pinot Noir was aged 11 months exclusively in French oak (30% new) from the famed François Frères cooperage in Burgundy. Gentle handling, including gravity transfer from barrel to bottle, helped to maintain the elegant texture, rich fruit, soft spice and gorgeous length of the wine. As the Reimers do not yet have a winery, this inaugural release is made at Okanagan Crush Pad by chief winemaker Matt Dumayne.

2016 Rosé of Pinot Noir

Gentle handling of the Pinot Noir, including cool fermentation in stainless steel and six months of lees contact, produced this delicate, dry, saignée-method Rosé. The wine offers subtle aromas of guava and melons with a citrus twist overlay.

  • Hand-harvested October 12, 2016
  • Crop yield 3.5 tons per acre
  • 100 cases produced
  • ALC 13.5% | RS 0.5 | PH 3.63 | TA 6.7

Mirabel perfectly represents the Reimer family’s stunning South East Kelowna hilltop estate and vineyard overlooking the beautiful Okanagan Valley.

The family’s commitment to quality is evident in this first vintage of Rosé produced from the estate’s sustainably-farmed Pinot Noir: fresh, delicious, and endlessly food-friendly.

2016 Chardonnay

Whole bunch pressed Naramata Chardonnay; 30% to new Francois Frere French oak in Puncheon. Full malolactic fermentation  took place with 11 months lees aging. A minimal intervention approach to this wine allows the fruit to shine and dictate the end flavour profile.  Little handling means this wine was not stabilized, therefore harmless  tartrites, or “wine diamonds” are possible.

  • Hand-harvested October 20, 2016
  • 185 cases produced
  • ALC 13.5% | RS 0.0 | PH 3.67 | TA 6.4

The resulting wine is intensely structured, with a lush mid palate.  Subtle toasty nuances overlap delicate, yet ripe and rich tropical fruit. Sweet mango and citrus fruits with buttered marmalade and toast  lead to a long finish that will reward cellaring.

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