Grape: 50% Foch, 25% Baco Noir, 25% Chambourcin
Category: Red Wine
Format: 750 mL
Alcohol: 12.5% Alcohol/Vol.
3 classic Canadian grapes blended very nicely
Description: Medium ruby in colour with a medium to medium+ intense nose. This wine features smoked pine, strawberry, cherry, blueberry, bramble fruit, cloves, cinnamon and Portobello mushrooms. Medium body with light tannin, good acidity and a good length.
Interesting Note: Tried an open bottle that was 3 days old, and still very good with more of a musty – smoky notes
Use the balloon Pinot Noir style glassware & slightly chill the wine.
Brigantia was the goddess of the largest Celtic tribe in the north of England – the Brigantii. They constantly challenged Roman rule, and armed conflict frequently erupted when the confines of Pax Romana became unbearable. This defiance of convention echoes through the ages and the name “brigand” still describes one who plays outside the rules.
Drink now or in the next 3-5 of years on its own or pair it with.
Tasted: 21 July 2017
Score: 9/10, Value: 9+/10 Total: 18+/20
Out of 5 stars, I rated this wine: 4+
My Opinion: Highly Recommended