Masters Golf Tournament Pack - 4 Red Wines

Masters Golf Tournament Pack - 4 Red Wines

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Shipping from our Petite Riviere, Nova Scotia vineyard. 🍇

This pack contains:
1 Three Churches of Mahone Bay Red
1 Crescent Moon
1 Old Lucie
1 Italy Cross

Three Churches of Mahone Bay Red

Three Churches Red is 100% Marechal Foch, and barrel-aged in French Oak for 12 months. With rich notes of black cherry, cassis dried fruit, spice and tobacco with some mineral and earth notes on the finish, followed by structured tannins. Pairs well with Lamb shank with forged mushroom & herb risotto.

Crescent Moon

Crescent Moon is a nod to our beautiful Crescent Beach, and the coastal climate that nurtures our vineyards. It is 100% Leon Millot, a fresh fruit forward grape that grows exceptionally well in our terroir. On the nose, this elegant light bodies wine has black cherry, raspberry and plum with subtle background notes of earth, cedar, and cocoa. On the palate, it exhibits bright flavours of red fruit and tobacco, along with well structured tannins on the finish. Pairs well with dishes like chicken tagine with apricots and olives, or roasted duck with plum sauce.

Old Lucie

Old Lucie is made from old vines of 100% Lucie Kuhlmann. It was hand harvested and sorted, basket pressed and aged in French oak for 20 months. This wine is rich, smooth and full bodied. It displays notes of spice, black fruit, such as, cassis and plums with some leather and earth components. Pairs well with braised meats, such as lamb shanks or short ribs served over creamy truffled polenta.

Italy Cross

Italy Cross was hand harvested, sorted and basket pressed. It is a blend of Lucie Kuhlmann and Leon Millot, barrel aged for 19 months in French oak. This wine is bright and balanced, displaying notes of violets, spice, black cherries and cassis, with well integrated tannins. Pairs well with Italian dishes, such as Ossobuco with saffron risotto or rustic pasta dishes.

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