December 1, 2011
For the past few summers rosé has
been all the rage, and no label has been more ubiquitous on local patios than Naramata’s Joie.
And why not? It has enough strawberry notes for sorority girls, sports enough dry austerity for enophiles, and, at $21, is a bargain by B.C. wine standards.
But how local sommeliers price it tells us plenty about how they structure their lists and what they think of their thirsty customers.