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I'll Have What She's Having

  • $170

These are the six wines I am pouring alongside dinner at home. Like you I love wine, and find the greatest pleasure in a broad range of flavours and styles.

There is a powerfully spicy dry Gewurztraminer from Bartier Bros. that I love to pair with pâté, and a zesty, succulent blend from Clos du Soleil in the rugged Similkameen Valley that's killer with goat's cheese. The third white in my 6-pack is Le Vieux Pin's Ava, a Rhone-styled blend of Viognier, Roussanne and Marsanne. Full-bodied, fragrant and botanical, it's what I crave with free-range roasted chicken. When it is time for light and juicy red, JoieFarm's PTG - an unusual duo of Gamay and Pinot Noir - will be in my oversized glass; and to pair with crispy duck breast, I'll choose an earthy, gutsy, ripe Pinot Noir from Naramata's Moraine made by a winemaker who, like me, has a black belt. And finally, a grape I think is one of the best fits for the Okanagan, Cabernet Franc. This edition from Nichol is a marvel of herbal sagebrush and dark savoury fruit, made from just 13 rows of vines planted in 1989. I hope you find these six authentic B.C. wines as refreshing and exciting as I do.

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Bubble-Licious

  • $110

Who says bubbly is only for holidays and celebrations? Sparkling wines are lively, textured and uplifting to both food and mood. These three bottles are a contrast in style. JoieFarm's Plein de Vie Brut is a soft and pillowy blend made in the prosecco method. Tantalus has deployed their old vine Riesling grapes into an intense, racy thriller. Dry, lemony and minerally, it's a different but serious take on Riesling. Showing the classic autolytic character of extended bottle ageing, Cipes' Blanc de Noirs 2008 displays the toasty, nutty and complex side of gorgeously developed bubbly. Sparkling wines are not just for toasts and celebrations; try with dinner this weekend, and you'll be happy to have these bubbles on hand when the neighbours drop by!

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Proper Pinot

  • $200

Pinot Noir is wine's Holy Grail. Both farmers and winemakers often become obsessed with this most noble and venerable grape. From the Burgundy region in France, Pinot is a great fit in the cooler parts of B.C. like Naramata or Vancouver island. Emandare and Unsworth are both Cowichan Valley Pinots, ethereal yet ripe and juicy. Meyer and Liquidity from Okanagan Falls offer intense cherry and spice. Tightrope's Naramata version is pure and earthy, while across the lake in Summerland, Tyler Harlton's TH Pinot is suave and woodsy. This curated case spotlights the excellent 2014 vintage where the growing season was steady and warm. Mushroom risotto, baked salmon, or simple grilled lamb sausages will complement with ease.

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Iconic Whites

  • $165

Warm, sunny days call for cool, crisp white wine. Whether it's Dungeness crab season, or time for year-round favourites such as grilled chicken or pork chops, this sextet from the paler end of the spectrum will impress. From aromatic and crisp to full-bodied and oak-kissed, the Iconic Whites highlight B.C. wine's unique marriage of freshness and ripeness. Serve them up on a hot August night, solve your wedding present dilemma, (we'll take care of the card), or your private Dîner en Blanc. Or, just be prepared for visitors. Patio season is here.

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No, Seriously

  • $65

The wine world is seeing pink. Sales of Rosé are outpacing every other style, and with a general move away from the syrupy, simple juice of the past, Rosé has emphatically shed its reputation as just a flirty summer sipper. Rosé is a versatile, all-season style of wine that appeals to a broad spectrum of palates, partly because it has the structure and grip of a red but maintains the level-headed freshness of a white. Our BC trio includes a dry-yet-juicy Pinot Noir pink, an easy-sipping Rosé blend, and – from the Similkameen Valley – a blushing Cabernet Sauvignon. Amazing with spot prawns, crab, or charcuterie.

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Three-For-All

  • $65

These wines over-deliver on flavour and fruit-forward BC warmth. A juicy white for sipping in the sun, a serious rosé for crabcakes and a cheery Pinot Noir that deserves a brief chill and a grilled burger. A wine for every mood and food.

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Okanagan North to South

  • $70

Compare and contrast. This pair of polar opposites offers a crash course on Okanagan regional diversity. Tantalus' juicy Pinot Noir shows off Kelowna's cool-climate sangfroid, while La Stella's Fortissimo blend is full of bursting, ripe fruit – an Osoyoos heatwave in a bottle. Grab your notebook. This is one class you won't want to skip.

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Patio Perfect Pair

  • $40

Relax outdoors with a pair of homegrown crowd-pleasers. Narrative is a laid-back and juicy blend of Syrah and Gamay, while Terravista's peachy small-production Viognier is an aromatic beauty. These sensational values pair well with finger foods, good friends, or simply some downtime in the hammock.

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Naramata Superstars

  • $215

Don’t miss this limited edition collection of six fine wines from the famed Naramata region. Poised near Penticton on the eastern side of Okanagan Lake, vines dig into ancient soils, bathe in warm sunshine and are kept fresh by desert-cooled nights. Two streamlined whites, a couple of diverse Pinot Noirs, one pioneering Syrah and a thoroughbred red blend represent powerful expressions of Naramata's elite terroir.

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Iconic Reds

  • $225

This deluxe (and handsomely tissue-wrapped) mixed 6-pack showcases some of B.C.'s most distinguished red wines. From fragrant Pinot Noir to ultra-ripe Cab blends and a smokey Syrah, these stunning reds are drinking beautifully now, or can age a few more years. Pour some of the most iconic local heros for the rest of the summer, give as a wedding gift, or hoard in your cellar for the future.

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Wine Advent Calendar 2016

  • $950

Happy Holidays from New District… Winter brings to mind a flurry of images: snug sweaters, a swirling snowstorm beyond a pane of glass, a glowing hearth – a season that is at times rainy and bitter, and at others cosy and sublime. It is a time of inviting friends and loved ones into our homes; of hospitality, good cheer, warmth and sharing.

Our wine advent calendar was created with this spirit in mind. Curated by our Director of Wine DJ Kearney, your three handsome wooden wine crates are filled with an eclectic and exciting collection of wines perfect for winter meals, holiday entertaining, or fireside sipping. Whether you’re passionate about British Columbia wines, or enjoy a global selection, we hope that the next 25 days provide pure enjoyment, discovery and refreshment.

Enclosed in the Advent collection is a 25-day fold-out calendar, so that you can take notes about your favourite wines, food pairings and experiences. If you’d like more information on a particular wine, look it up on newdistrict.ca, where you will find winery information, tasting notes, food matches and more.

Wine is a universal and communal drink. We’d love to hear from you! We encourage you to join us on social media as we unveil the 25 wines each day from December 1st to Christmas Day.

From all of us at New District, we wish you all the very best this holiday season. May it be filled with peace, love and great wine.

CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW ALONG AS WE REVEAL OUR 2016 ADVENT CALENDAR WINES

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I'll Have What She's Having For The Holidays

  • $170

These are the six wines I am pouring alongside dinner at home for the holidays. Like you I love wine, and find the greatest pleasure in a broad range of flavours and styles.

There is a powerfully spicy dry Gewurztraminer from Bartier Bros. that I love to pair with pâté, and a zesty, succulent blend from Clos du Soleil in the rugged Similkameen Valley that's killer with goat's cheese. The third white in my 6-pack is Le Vieux Pin's Ava, a Rhone-styled blend of Viognier, Roussanne and Marsanne. Full-bodied, fragrant and botanical, it's what I crave with free-range roast chicken. When it is time for light and juicy red, JoieFarm's PTG - an unusual duo of Gamay and Pinot Noir - will be in my oversized glass; and to pair with crispy duck breast, I'll choose an earthy, gutsy, ripe Pinot Noir from Naramata's Moraine made by a winemaker who, like me, has a black belt. And finally, a grape I think is one of the best fits for the Okanagan, Cabernet Franc. This edition from Nichol is a marvel of herbal sagebrush and dark savoury fruit, made from just 13 rows of vines planted in 1989. I hope you find these six authentic B.C. wines as refreshing and exciting as I do. The are guaranteed to light up your holidays and dinner table, or just to revive you after a long day of shopping.

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Holiday Bubble-licious

  • $110

Who doesn't love bubbly wine in the holiday season? Sparkling wines are lively, textured and uplifting to both food and mood. These three bottles are a contrast in style.

JoieFarm's Plein de Vie Brut is a soft and pillowy blend made in the prosecco method. Tantalus has deployed their old vine Riesling grapes into an intense, racy thriller. Dry, lemony and minerally, it's a different but serious take on Riesling. Showing the classic autolytic character of extended bottle ageing, Cipes' Blanc de Noirs 2008 displays the toasty, nutty and complex side of gorgeously developed bubbly. Sparkling wines are not just for toasts and celebrations; try with dinner this weekend, and you'll be happy to have these bubbles on hand when the neighbours drop by!

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