Radio Victoria’s Marina van Wittenberghe interviews Foxtrot’s General Manager, Nathan Todd
“The estate, covering almost four hectares, is located on a slope facing west, at an altitude of 450 meters. It is the cradle of clone vines, Dijon 943 and Dijon 115, specifies Nathan Todd, during this new episode of Au lever du elbow. The gravelly terrain from the deposits of a glacial torrent gives the wines unique notes that can only be associated with the Okanagan Valley.
‘It’s an irony, we can plant vines with French roots but the French cannot and must use American vines.’ -Nathan Todd, President and Managing Director of Domaine Foxtrot on phylloxera.”