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Canada is still a relatively new player in the drier-end of the wine market. Up until the 1970’s, most Canadian wines were sweet, but thankfully, a handful of wineries sprung up and the country hasn’t looked back! Fast forward to 2021, Canadian bottled wine exports totaled 1 million litres, valued at $23.5 million. Go Canada Go!
Tasting Note: Deep garnet colour with an aromatic bouquet of black currant and black cherry fruit, accented by oak, cigar box, humidor, and cedar. This medium-bodied wine has firm but not aggressive tannins and good structure. Ripe black fruits and baking spice notes develop on the palate. Cassis, vanilla extract, black tea, oak, earth, and chocolate linger on the extra-dry finish.
Taste Tag: Round & Ripe
When to Drink: Now – 3-5 Years
Food pairing: This red blend will go perfectly with steak or lamb, richer entrées, and meat dishes
Tasting Note: Terrific texture and freshness is enhanced by notes of stone fruit, fresh ginger, and bright citrus. A short and delicate aging on the lees maintains the wines rich and dry nature.
Taste Tag: Aromatic & Vibrant
When to Drink: Now – 2 Years
Food pairing: This Pinot Gris can be paired with meaty fish, cream sauces, rich veal, chicken, or pork dishes.