A Taste of Apothic White at District 319

Apothic White and Red wines

Apothic White and Red wines

It was an interesting evening with wine, masks, and ballet dancers flitting about the darkened District 319 nightclub; A DJ spinning tracks, and a screen showing live tweets of the event (#ApothicBC). All this to introduce the release of the Californian Apothic White wine.

What is Apothic White?

It’s a blend of Chardonnay, Riesling and Moscato. From the wine articles I read about happenings in the USA, off-dry wines, and Moscato wines are becoming very popular. So this wine, the Apothic White, should find a great audience. Medium lemon colour. Sweet, honey, flowers and citrus aromas. Off dry, medium body, quite round.   Stone fruit, peaches and tropical fruit flavours with cinnamon coming up on the mid palate. Softer acidity, making the wine feel heavier and more full bodied in your mouth. Probably a summer patio sipper, or for those people who prefer a softer, sweeter style white wine.  The wine is priced at $16.99.  I tried this wine with the various appetizers and I thought it went best with the cured sausages.  The fat of the sausage married well with the flavours and weight of the wine. It also paired with some of the hard cheeses.

For those that prefer red wines, there is also an Apothic Red, released last year, which is a blend of Zinfandel, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot (at $15.99).

Enjoy the pictures of the event and the videos of the ballet dancers.

A glass of Apothic White to start the evening

A glass of Apothic White to start the evening

Listening to the announcement about Apothic White

Listening to the announcement about Apothic White

Some sweet treats to enjoy

Some sweet treats to enjoy