Château des Charmes in the News
On Friday, May 10th the Ontario Wine awards, celebrating the best VQA wines produced in our province, were handed out over an exquisite...
A Bordelaise style blend for cabernet franc lovers, this peppery, red and bell pepper flavour dominated vintage shows above average...
Very intense deep purple colour. Slightly spicy, attractive, ripe plum puree nose with some vanilla notes. Dry, medium to medium-full bodied...
Globe and Mail
A well-rounded, complex riesling for the money, this dry white offers up a peach-apricot core that evolves into zesty lime and notes of...
Very clean aromas of lemongrass and yellow apples with hints of white flowers. The flavours yield peach, apple and...
A great buy at $16.95. Because Château des Charmes riesling vines are not “on the Bench” like so many good rieslings (Cave Spring,...
From 30 year-old vines on the Paul Bosc Estate Vineyard is big sniffer assertive in flint, struck stone, seltzer and funk. Gold patina visage...
Bright medium straw coulour. Slightly spicy, mineral-tinged, ripe lemon-apple nose. Off dry, slightly spicy, medium-light bodied, honeyed,...
From a single block in the estate’s St. Davids Bench Vineyard planted in 1991, in the shadow of the brow of the Niagara Escarpment, this...
Aligoté is a white often used (with cassis) to make kir, but it’s also a very good match for simple poultry, fish and seafood dishes. This one...
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