Topic: Benjamin Bridge

Grand Pré Landscape an International Treasure

Grand Pré. Photo, Wikipedia.

UNESCO has declared the Grand Pré Landscape to be a World Heritage site. Come visit this beautiful area and stop in at a few of the many wineries in this region: Grand Pré, Muir Murray, Luckett, L’Acadie, Gaspereau and Benjamin Bridge. Gorgeous, internationally important landscapes, fascinating history and lots of read more

“In Nova Scotia wine country, tipple a little Tidal Bay”

Tidal Bay in the Globe & Mail

Tidal Bay in the Globe and Mail Dean Jobb wrote a wonderful introduction to the Tidal Bay Appellation in yesterday’s Globe and Mail. On a sun-dappled patio surrounded by orderly rows of grapevines, Swiss banker-turned-winery owner Hanspeter Stutz raises a glass of honey-golden wine. “We have one of the hottest read more

“Stores line up for Nova 7 wine”

Bill Spurr wrote a piece in the Chronicle Herald for today’s release of Benjamin Bridge’s popular Nova 7. IF YOU’RE A BUYER for a private wine store or the Nova Scotia Liquor Corp., the question isn’t whether you want to stock Nova 7, the question is how much can you read more

“The rise of traditional method sparkling wine in Nova Scotia”

Wine Access Magazine’s Craig Pinhey wrote a great piece on Traditional Method sparkling wine in Nova Scotia. It’s full of interesting facts and interviews on the hows and whys of making high-quality sparkling wine in Nova Scotia. The question he asked: Traditional method sparkling is having a moment in Atlantic read more