Vineland Estates Winery
Niagara (Canada), Ontario (Canada)
12 x 750 ml
Cured Meat, Hard Cheese, Red Meat
This single vineyard expression of Gamay is beautifully representative in every way. The violet, black current and raspberry notes are all expressed over a foundation of the aroma of tilled earth just before a lightning storm. A firm but resolved tannin structure is interlaced with a bright acidity making this wine ideal for pairings, and as these essential elements are finely balanced within this versatile wine, incredible flexibility and diversity is allowed. Duck, lighter beef dishes, pork and even some fish will make great accompaniments to this wine. Invite this Gamay to dinner. The conversation on and around the
plate will be classic.
Canada (Canada), Niagara (Canada), Ontario (Canada)
12 x 750 ml
Borscht Cabbage Soup, Breads, Ham, Hard Cheese, Red Meat, Suckling Pig, Vegetables
Bottle Price Was: $45.95
Bottle Price Now: $29.95 (SAVE $16/BOTTLE)
Case Price Was: $551.40
Case Price Now: $359.40 (SAVE $192/CASE)
A blend of Redstone Vineyard Merlot, Redstone Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon and Redstone Vineyard Cabernet Franc. This estate wine is full bodied with supple tannins and structure that would benefit from decanting before serving, but is highly approachable in its relative youth. Aromas of cassis, plum, basket fruits and sweet wood are prevalent on the nose. The palate is alive with notes of black fruit, blueberries and tart raspberries and are soon followed by hints of savouriness.> Learn More
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