A great go-to wine! Our Gamay Noir is a refreshing, light-bodied red with lots of cherry and raspberry flavours and a touch of spice. Because it doesn’t have the tannins often found in heavier red wines, this is a great wine for traditional white-wine dishes. Absolutely heavenly with salmon but goes great with pizza, pastas and burgers. Like it chilled during the dog days of summer…go ahead!$15.95
BRONZE MEDAL WINNER – Canadian Wine Awards 2011
BRONZE MEDAL WINNER – InterVin International Wine Awards 2011
“From the heartbreak grape, a heartthrob wine – you’ll fall in love with this. It’s highly perfumed with red cherry, Asian spice, toast and beetroot aromas, perfectly balanced and simply delicious. Lively spice-infused flavours bathe the palate with Montmorency cherry, ripe succulent black plum and racy red currant to the fore. It’s mid weight with good mouth feel and a generous aftertaste that’s lip-smacking good. Lovely sipped on its own and poured perfectly with grilled smoked duck breasts. ****” Vic Harradine, www.winecurrent.com, August 20, 2011.
Black cherries, dark plums, mocha and vanilla! The supple tannins paired with an elegant, medium body makes this wine is perfect for the dinner table. Looking for pairing ideas…try it with braised short ribs, chili or steak frites.
From the memorable 2007 vintage comes this blend of 59% Cabernet Franc and 41% Merlot. This wine has wonderful aromas of cherry, black currants and freshly ground coffee. The body is full and rich with velvety tannins leading to flavours of cacao, black cherry and ripe plums rounding out the palate. Great pairing with blue cheese crusted steak, lamb, rich stews and aged cheeses.
This wine has a very intense nose of sour cherry, black currant, blackberry, black pepper and spice. Raspberry and cedar come from behind. A full body with cherry leading the way on the palate. The tannin is present and very approachable. Serve with steak, duck in a cherry reduction, stews, braised meat and lamb.