Lotusland Vineyards winery

Lotusland Vineyards winery

Lotusland Vineyards

 
Address: 28450 King Road,
Abbotsford, BC, V4X 1B1, Canada
Phone: (604) 857-4188
Fax: (604) 856-8299
E-mail:
Website: http://www.lotuslandvineyards.com
Lotusland vineyards is located in the south-west area of Abbotsford, BC. The vineyard was planted with venifera grapes in 1998 in a reclaimed gravel Quarry.

The south sloping vineyards flourish in this micro climate of Lotusland. Grapes are grown organically, no pesticides or herbicides or chemical fertilizers are used and the wines are low in added sulfite.

Lotusland wines are all under Stelvin closures,that eliminates any risk of the wine being corked, to ensure maximum freshness with every bottle.
Wines Listing
Group the listing by:  Year  Sugar  Color  Type
2001
Pinot Noir (barrel aged) (0) (click for more info...)
2002
Merlot (oak aged) (0) (click for more info...)
Gewurztraminer ( River Rock Terrace) (2) (click for more info...)
2003
Pinot Grigio (Mt. Lehman vineyards) (0) (click for more info...)
Pinot Gris (Hungarian oak aged) (0) (click for more info...)
Gewurztraminer ( Stones Throw Vines) (0) (click for more info...)
Siegerrebe 2003 ( River Rock Terrace) - (2) (click for more info...)

All prices and rates subject to change without notice. Prices posted in Canadian Dollars.

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