“Benjamin Bridge bubbly to be uncorked during Olympics”
Benjamin Bridge’s Method Classique Rosé is going to London.
The Chronicle Herald’s Brett Bundale has a full report.
Twenty-four bottles of Benjamin Bridge’s Methode Classique Rose have arrived in London for the Olympics. The 2008 sparkling wine was picked to be served during Olympic receptions at the Canadian High Commission… “We want to showcase our very best, and Benjamin Bridge is clearly one of our very best.”
And Wine Access Magazine’s Amanda Allison wrote more about it here.
Benjamin Bridge’s 2008 Méthode Classique Rosé was selected as the one of two Canadian sparkling wines to promote and celebrate Canada’s best at the London 2012 Summer Olympics.
Benjamin Bridge was the first winery in Nova Scotia to produce classic method sparkling wines using the classic Champagne grape varieties and now their dedication to bubbly is paying off.