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Pure, Beautiful Wines From BC’s Okanagan & Similkameen Valleys

Ranger Wine is delighted to offer you four sensational wines from two outstanding producers in British Columbia. Kitsch Wines and Corcelettes Estate Winery are multi award-winning wineries and leaders in environmental management and sustainability in their practices.

Kitsch Wines

Barrels at sunset

Located in Kelowna, the Kitsch Family has been farming in the Okanagan Valley since 1910. The eponymous winery, Kitsch Wines was opened in 2015 by Ria and Trent Kitsch.

Led by acclaimed winemaker, Graham Pierce, the Kitsch house style is fresh and fruit-forward, with an elegance and purity that has been acclaimed by wine lovers and critics across the country. With a focus on single-vineyard plots the wines display an excellent level of minerality and stone fruit derived from the diverse soils of the vineyard and deft handling and minimal intervention in the winemaking process. Kitsch Wines create wines that are perfect for immediate consumption but will reward time in the cellar.

Corcelettes Estate Winery

Vines in the Similkameen Valley

A jewel in the breathtaking Similkameen Valley, Corcelettes Estate Winery, owned and operated by Jesce and Charlie Baessler, consistently produce extraordinary wines of depth and purity from their estate vineyards and fruit sourced from neighbouring vineyards in Keremeos. The result is wines that reflect the landscape and terroir of the valley and its rocky Stemwinder soils and microclimate. The heat and desert-like conditions of the day are gently tempered by cool, temperate evenings.

Corcelettes was named Top 10 Small Wineries in both the 2018 and 2019 National Wine Awards of Canada, as well as Top 10 overall in Canada and Top 10 BC Wineries 2019. Currently, the 92 point rated 2018 Syrah is available through the LCBO September Classics Catalogue at $54.95.

The Wines on Offer

Image of Kitsch Pinot Gris2020 Kitsch Wines Pinot Gris

A classic New World Pinot Gris that has a fine balance of citrus acidity and a Chablis-like minerality. Look for complex flavours of meadow grass, pear and green apple. Perfect for grilled seafood, roast organic poultry and vegetables.

$227.70 case of six bottles ($37.95 per bottle) NB only 5 cases available

Image of Kitsch Chardonnay Barrel 112018 Kitsch Wines 11 Barrel Chardonnay

Hand harvested, whole-cluster pressed, fermented wild and aged for 10 months in 11 French oak barrels, 40% of which are new. The wine shows baked green apple and shortbread on the nose with a mid palate of lemon yoghurt and lychee.

$359.70 case of six bottles ($59.95 per bottle)

Image of Kitsch Chardonnay2018 Kitsch Wines Chardonnay

A nose of vanilla pod and charred mango gives way to a finish of candied ginger and lemon shortbread. Each bottle purchased means five mangrove trees are planted in Madagascar through a collaboration with tentree, This unique project creates local jobs and improves sustainable farming.

$299.70 case of six bottles ($49.95 per bottle)

Image of Corcelettes Pinot Noir2020 Corcelettes Estate Winery Pinot Noir

A lovely and highly aromatic Pinot Noir that straddles New World verve with Burgundian finesse. Look for voluptuous notes of dark cherry and raspberry on the nose with lingering savoury earth and vanillin tones from careful and subtle oak ageing. A wine that will continue to evolve over time yet imparts deep and sensual near-term pleasure.

$317.70 case of six bottles ($52.95 per bottle)

How to Purchase

Ordering deadline is Friday, September 10, 2021.

Wines are available on Private Order exclusively through Ranger Wine. Prices are exclusive of HST and $0.20 deposit per bottle. Wines will arrive early to mid-October. Prices may vary slightly with LCBO mark up and shipping.

To order please email us at info@rangerwine.com. Please forward this message to a friend or see more of our sensational producers by visiting www.rangerwine.com.


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