inter can sure seem long when one’s experiencing ‘Woo Woo’ deprivation. Never fear, lovers of Dirty Laundry Vineyard! Most of their sold-out wines bottled last March will be available again at retailers and at the wine shop (re-opening April 1st). An expected 17,500 cases (20% increase from 2011 vintages) will include a marked increase in DLV’s most popular wine: ‘Woo Woo Vines’ Gewürztraminer, going from 2171 cases to over 3000.
High demands for DLV’s proprietor blends, Hush (blush) and Bordello (Bordeaux-style red) have prompted the crafting of the winery’s first-ever white blend, ‘Secret Affair.’ Marketing manager Judi Skinner says that they’ve been “talking about doing this blend for years” and is very excited about what is sure to become another hot seller from one of the most talked about wineries in the valley (see tasting notes below).
Announcing DLV’s Inaugural Spring Wine Festival event:
Dirty Laundry Vineyard’s Rock & Troll Hot Tub Party
(Sorry ~ Hot Tubbing for Lobsters Only!)
Saturday, May 11, 6pm – 9pm ($89.99 + tax)
Get your tickets fast for this one-of-a-kind lobster & wine-pairing dinner to be held in Trout Creek on DLV’s decadent patio. Limited to100 tickets. Info: email firstname.lastname@example.org
2012 Secret Affair $18.99
DLV’s premier white blend (Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris) encompasses all those delightful fruit-forward, aromatic elements that mark the winery’s hugely popular style. Seduce your senses with aromas and flavours of nectarine, citrus, pear, apricot, and a hint of orange blossom, finishing with a lingering kiss. Available April 1st.
2011 Kay Syrah $26.99
One taste of this mouthwatering Gold Medal and Best of Show winner shows that DLV can make red wines just as delicious as their consistently popular whites. Enticing aromas of lavender, spice and fresh berries, a smooth, voluptuous palate and a flavour that passionately cries out “MORE PLEASE!”
~ Sarah Willard