Medium clear silver-green appearance. On the nose, qualities of grass, earth, and citrus-apple. On the palette, lacking a bit in acidity; tending towards a light body with notes of apple and lemon balanced with a muted background of slate-apricot quality. Very slightly off dry; lingering dull green fruit finish that’s not altogether pleasant. Quite a different quality than the other Okanagan Rieslings I’ve tried. I like it but wish that it had just a bit more bite. About CAD$18. See Mission Hill Winery.