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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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.
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. Gamay wines have low to medium tannins and a refreshing acidity, making them easy to drink even when young.
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.