A deep ruby hue in the glass.
On the nose, notes of dark fruit such as black mulberry shine, with earthy and floral undertones reminiscent of crushed herbs and fresh violet.
The vibrant fruit notes carry over to the palate with white pepper accents and a mineral-laden backbone.
Light-bodied with relatively low alcohol and moderate tannins providing a velvety smooth texture.
Bright, yet balanced, with ample freshness and length.
From a single, one acre block of estate-grown Gamay Noir, hand-harvested from the organic and biodynamic Oak Island Vineyard in Avonport.
Grown along the shores of the Minas Basin, where cool breezes moderate the growing environment, creating distinct wines with a strong sense of place, freshness and tidal influence.