During Prohibition airplanes would visit the estate to collect whiskey and wine made in local barns. A throw-back to times gone by, this high-flying wine is ripe and juicy.
Roasted chestnuts, pork with dill and mustard sauce.
93 points - Carolyn Evans Hammond, The Toronto Star
90 points - Natalie MacLean
Varietal: Baco Noir
Geographic Designation: VQA Ontario
Alcohol: 13 %
Sugar: 16.7 (g/L)
Acidity: 7.3 (g/L)
- The grapes were harvested in late September.
- 20% barrel aged in 100% American oak. 80% aged in stainless steel tanks to create the perfect balance between oak and fruit.