Under new ownership since 2018 by Burgundy aficionados Nathan Todd and Doug Barzelay, Foxtrot is increasingly focused on small lot, single vineyard sites, particularly on the Naramata Bench. But the Waltz, a brand created by the previous owners is kept alive as a blend of fruit from different sites in the Okanagan. It is fairly, mid-weight, dry and dusty pinot with lifted complex aromas of sour cherry, tobacco and wood spice (only 8% new wood was used). The tannins are notable grippy and almost austere at the moment, so I would age this another couple of years. The length is very good to excellent.
-- David Lawrason, Wine Align