White Wines

2016 Rosé

Awards and Accolades
Silver Medal - 2016 National Wine Awards of Canada

"This attractive, pale Rosé—primarily Gamay and Cabernet Franc—offers a perfumed, expressive nose of red berry and crunchy apple with a whiff of mineral and citrus. It’s off dry, light-medium bodied and underpinned with a nice dose of acidity offsetting ripe sweet fruit. The palate rings true replaying strawberry and cranberry tinged with apple skin and citrus pith. It finishes with a cleansing touch of pungency and pairs well with an arugula-based salad with duck confit." **** (Susan Desjardins)

Pale pink in colour, with a fresh nose of crushed strawberries, pink grapefruit and cotton candy. Refreshing acidity, bright on the palate with a flavourful finish. 

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$16.15


Brut

Awards and Accolades
Silver Medal - 2016 National Wine Awards of Canada

Comprised of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir carefully selected in the vineyard, this small-production sparkling wine has been crafted using the Traditional Method, with the secondary fermentation...

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$35.15


Sparkling Rosé

"This pale-peach blend was sourced from hand-harvested Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, fermented in stainless steel and neutral French oak with second fermentation in bottle after blending. Aromas of yeast, tangy red berries, peach and citrus waft easily. Cleansing, vibrant, delightfully fresh, it trips lightly over the palate displaying quality and depth. There’s toasty evidence of a year on the lees with vivacious texture, delicate strength and persistent, frothy mousse. The tart red fruit shares the spotlight with hints of orchard fruit fused in harmony with a touch of citrus pith and minerality. It’s fab on its own or with a meal or celebration—great value." ****1/2 (Susan Desjardins)

"Made from pinot noir (84%) and chardonnay (16%) and on lees for 12 months, this is an impressive sparkling rosé through and through. The colour (and colour is so important with any rosé) approaches the classic “partridge eye” – although that descriptor is less appealing when you know that the colour is meant to be reminiscent of the eye of a dying partridge. That negative aside aside, this sparkling wine really delivers. The flavours are delicious – complex, structured, and defined – and the acidity is correct, vibrant, and clean. The bubbles stream in close-knit beads, and are probably persistent; you’d have to drink the wine excruciatingly slowly to find out. Good work! This is a winner." ***** (Rod Phillips) 

Persistent fine bubbles, with fresh and fruit-focused flavours of nectarine, sour cherry and lemon loaf. Lively and well balanced palate, with a long finish. Serve well chilled.

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$30.15