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Red Wine

Bright wines with juicy red to blackberry flavours.


Our red wines are aged in a combination of French and American oak resulting in full-bodied Baco Noir, dry Cabernet-Merlot, smooth Pinot Noir, and great Gamay!

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Baco Noir

A full-bodied red wine, Baco Noir is renowned for its bold, ripe flavours. Primarily grown in North America, Baco Noir is a hybrid grape variety with thick skins and a deep blue-black colour. It was created in the late 19th century by a French grape breeder named François Baco.

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Cabernet-Merlot is a red wine blend of two popular grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon brings intensity and structure while Merlot adds a roundness and approachability. Both grapes are known for their rich flavors and are often used in Bordeaux-style blends.


Gamay wines are typically light-bodied with vibrant fruit flavours and a refreshing acidity, making them easy to drink even when young.

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Pinot Noir

Considered one of the most challenging grape varieties due to its thin skins, Pinot Noir can thrive in cooler climates like Ontario because they require a longer growing season to fully ripen and develop their characteristic flavors and aromas.