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Over the last decade, Canadian wine industry gained more recognition on the international level for its high quality. Canada’s most prominent wine-growing regions are found within Ontario and British Columbia, though there are plenty of other local favourite regions with smaller producing areas including those in Nova Scotia.


This month’s featured wines are from the beautiful region of Prince Edward County, which is located eastern end of Lake Ontario that is home to approximately 29 unique wineries. 

 

 

 

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CLOSSON CHASE BROCK CHARDONNAY 750ML

Lemon custard, white flowers, butterscotch and banana bread round out the nose. Mouth is full and creamy, with notes of wet stone and candied citrus peel. Persistent acidity balances out a beautiful nuttiness. Finish is long and complex.

Body: Light

Pairing: Pan seared white fish served with vegetables

When to drink: Drink now or cellar 2-4 years

$24.99

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLOSSON CHASE PINOT NOIR 750ML

Opens with wet stone, citrus and floral notes on the nose. The mouth shows fresh pear, white flower, melon and citrus peel. The finish is clean with refreshing and lingering acidity.

Body: Light

Pairing: Pan seared white fish served with vegetables

When to drink: Drink now or cellar 2-4 years

$29.99

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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