John and Susan Allison were the first European settlers on the west side of Okanagan Lake in 1873, and here they built a small log home. In 1956, Richard Stewart Jr. saw the Allison Ranch and chose these lands for their viticultural potential. This wine is named for the Allison family and the original ranch house that is still on their farm today, a home that’s finding a new life welcoming guests to Quails’ Gate Winery.
Juicy and rich with aromas of black cherry and blueberry, licorice, violet, a hint of leather and tobacco with pepper and sage. A bright, lush palate of ripe dark berries with well integrated dusty tannins and a long finish. Try this robust wine with fire-grilled meats, forno pizza or anything on the barbecue.