Benjamin Bridge Brut Rosé 2012 is from Nova Scotia, and is captivating, bone-dry sparkling Rosé wine.
This amazing project popped up in the Nova Scotia’s Gaspereau Valley in a decade ago, and quickly became the most talked about winery in Canada. Recruiting expert help from Champagne and some serious Canadian wine talent, Benjamin Bridge set their sights on making serious bubbly. Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier are bottle-fermented (like the very best sparklers) and tucked away in deep cellars to develop toasty complexity from extended ageing. Appealing salmon hue, aromas of redcurrant and cranberry fruit, brioche, and captivating flavours of wild berries and cream. Bone-dry with a lively mousse, its lean structure and blade of acidity reveal the cool maritime climate of Nova Scotia. Worthy of a Lobster roll, grilled salmon, or a simple picnic of cheese, pate, baguette in a pretty meadow