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Pinot 6-Pack

$139.00

Enjoy this earthy, terroir-driven 6-Pack. From light and lively to rich and earthy, this Pinot Pack won’t break your heart.

  • Pinot Noir ‘Old Vines’, Estate Grown & Bottled x2
  • Pinot Noir, Paul Bosc Estate Vineyard x2
  • Pinot Noir, Cuvée Michèle, Estate Grown & Bottled x2

Winemaker's Notes

2017 PINOT NOIR ‘OLD VINES’

Testing and tasting are both very important parts of the winemaking process. Myself, Paul Sr. and members of the winemaking team pull samples regularly to assess the progress of our wines. When we tasted this batch of Pinot Noir it was clear that it was a stand-out.
Made with grapes from the oldest vines in our St. David’s Bench Vineyard we used barrel aging to enhance the depth and richness. This wine has flavours of raspberries and strawberries with earthy notes and a hint of spice. On the palate the tannins are nicely integrated giving the wine structure and age ability.

2016 PINOT NOIR, PAUL BOSC ESTATE VINEYARD

Much like Equuleus, the Paul Bosc Pinot Noir is made only in outstanding vintages. Throughout the growing season, we carefully monitor the yield produced by the oldest vines in the Paul Bosc Estate Vineyard to achieve the optimal balance between tannin ripeness, brix and flavour. The wine is aged for 16 months in brand new French oak barrels, imparting an extra layer of complexity on this delicate, nuanced and balanced wine with silky tannins.

2019 PINOT NOIR, <br>CUVÉE MICHÈLE</br>

There are two distinct styles of Pinot in the world of wine: big, jammy fruit bombs typical of hot climates, and a more delicate, nuanced and balanced wine with silky tannins that is more typical in cool climates. Our Pinot Noir most often is described in the latter style. It should remind you of strawberries and violets on the nose with a hint of mushrooms. On the palate the tannins are nicely integrated giving the wine structure and ageability.

In memory of Michèle Bosc, $1 from the sale of each bottle of Cuvée Michèle Pinot Noir at the winery or online will be donated to the Camp Kerry Society which specializes in providing bereavement programs and support to individuals and families impacted by serious illness, grief and loss.

Vineyard Manager's Notes

2017 PINOT NOIR ‘OLD VINES’

Producing wine in a cool climate means grapes spend more time on the vine, which results in rich, layered wines. However, the longer Pinot Noir (a notoriously thin-skinned grape) stays on the vine, the more likely there are to be challenges. The slightest bit of moisture in the air can spell trouble so it is critical that we stay vigilant during the growing season. Our sustainable practices mean we are in the vineyards routinely so we can spot the beginnings of a problem and stop it from developing.

2016 PINOT NOIR, PAUL BOSC ESTATE VINEYARD

Pinot Noir is known the world over as the “heartbreak grape” because of how difficult it is to grow well. The slightest bit of moisture in the air can spell trouble so it is critical that we stay vigilant during the growing season. Our sustainable practices mean we are in the vineyards routinely so we can spot the beginnings of a problem and stop it from developing. Our sustainable practices include never using herbicides; we control weeds by tilling them into the soil where they add nutrients; our cellars are geothermal environments where heating and air conditioning are not needed at any time during the year. These are just a few examples of our environmentally friendly practices both in the vineyards and in the winery.

2019 PINOT NOIR, <br>CUVÉE MICHÈLE</br>

Pinot Noir is known the world over as the “heart break grape” because of how difficult it is to grow well. The slightest bit of moisture in the air can spell trouble so it is critical that we stay vigilant during the growing season. Our sustainable practices mean we are in the vineyards routinely, so we can spot the beginnings of a problem and stop it from developing.
Our sustainable practices include never using herbicides; we control weeds by tilling them into the soil where they add nutrients; our cellars are geothermal environments where heating and air conditioning are not needed at any time during the year. These are just a few examples of our environmentally friendly practices both in the vineyards and in the winery.

Bosc Family Food Pairings

2017 PINOT NOIR ‘OLD VINES’

Due to its high acidity and low tannin content, our ‘Old Vines’ Pinot Noir is light enough for grilled fish but complex enough to stand up to richer fare, such as roast chicken or beef stew.

2016 PINOT NOIR, PAUL BOSC ESTATE VINEYARD

This is a beautifully structured Pinot Noir making food pairing quite interesting. The classic combination is with lamb, and we’ve certainly enjoyed this wine with an herb-encrusted rack of lamb. But don’t be afraid to think outside the box and try it with cedar-planked salmon with a hoisin glaze.

2019 PINOT NOIR, <br>CUVÉE MICHÈLE</br>

The classic Burgundian pairing of Pinot Noir and locally raised lamb can certainly apply in Ontario with many farmers raising lamb. Try this Pinot Noir with a lamb burger fresh off the grill topped with caramelized onions.

Technical Notes

2015 ‘OLD VINES’ RIESLING

Harvest Date Alcohol Brix at Harvest PH Total Acidity Cases Produced Residual Sugar
October 5 13% 23˚ 3.45 4.5 493 1.7 g/L


2016 PINOT NOIR

Harvest Date Alcohol Brix at Harvest PH Total Acidity Cases Produced Residual Sugar
October 1 12.8% 22.8˚ 3.69 5 541 1.33 g/L

2019 PINOT NOIR, <br>CUVÉE MICHÈLE

Harvest Date Alcohol Brix at Harvest PH Total Acidity Cases Produced Residual Sugar
September 25 12.7% 22˚ 3.38 6.1 2100 3.3 g/L

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