Here are a few of CSL’s favourite wines from The Okanagan
Once favoured by the British Navy for preventing scurvy, this refreshing cocktail is simple to make. Although the original recipe calls for gin, vodka can be substituted as an alternative. Some recipes use only Roseâ€™s lime cordial (or lime juice as itâ€™s known in the US) for a citrus kick, but we like amped up flavour of fresh juice.
A spirit, made from a blend of botanicals, gin is meant to be mixed and truly comes alive in cocktails.
CSL’s Wine Lesson: A floral white wine that is a delightful patio sipper, and great food partner
This classic rum cocktail highlights the freshness of mint.
The pronounced orange flavour in this cocktail makes for a refreshing summertime drink
A take on the gin-based bees knees, the addition of cinnamon adds a savoury note and complexity to this Prohibition-era tipple
The peak of summer is marked by picking fresh berries. Get a flavour burst with this refreshing cocktail.
Along the way: Fuel your tastebuds with these gems HALL WINES We went for a private (group size is maintained below 15) Appellation Exploration at HALL Rutherford, the estate of Hall Wines.Â The gorgeous tasting room was built with bricks from the Austro-Hungarian empire, and centered on a stunning tree of life chandelier features amazing
A refreshing and easy to make spritzer with zesty, floral flavours.