Marechal Foch was developed in the early 1900s in France when the experimentation of crossing American and European vines was popular. After a brief moment in France’s Loire Valley, Foch was more or less packed up and sent off to America. We now find it grown in New York, Ontario, and of course, the Okanagan. Thanks to it’s American vine parentage, Foch has great cold weather resistance. The name Midnight is a hint to the style of this wine. Big on extraction and very dark. Peppery, plum, olive-like, and tannic, this is a food wine. I would love to drink this with a pizza covered in black olives and sweet peppers.