This wine is incredibly versatile to pair with a variety of food. It would pair perfectly with pork tenderloin, braised beef stew, lasagna, pizza or pasta with a tomato-based sauce, and BBQ meats like burgers and sausages.
Sourced from four different vineyards (in four different sub-appellations), the grapes were all harvested late in the growing season. After macerating on their skins for an extended period, the wines were drained into barrel, where they aged for 12 months. After aging on lees, the wines were assembled and bottled, without fining or filtration.
Appellation: Niagara Peninsula
Cooperage: French oak
Residual Sugar: <2.0g/l