Dabble in Dry Muscat from Joie Farm in the Okanagan Valley

Posted on: June 11th, 2014 by

The last time I was in British Columbia I came back across the border with some Canadian wine that I was very curious to sample. None more so than a bottle from Joie Farm, located on the Okanagan Valley’s picturesque Naramata Bench. And I was not disappointed. Joie’s 2012 Muscat was, well, a joy to drink. Quite dry and so very pretty. (Note: the 2013 is now available.)

I have more to say about it in Dabble Magazine. Peruse the table of contents for my “There’s An App for That” appetizer pairing column and just click on the description. Or follow this link to go straight to it.

Previous BC adventures:

The Best Sandwich, Ever

Six Hours of Dim Sum. Plus Pork. And a Bakery Run

Thanks to the Northwest Wine Anthem for putting Joie Farm on my radar.

Suggested food pairing? Bruscetta. This lovely photo is courtesy Angela Auclair Photography.


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  2. Dave Egan says:

    I’m a big fan of Joie Farm too, since a friend of mine brought back a bottle with them. It’s a shame we can’t get it south of the border!

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