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Domaine de Grand Pré

Domaine de Grand Pré The winery was founded in 1978 by Rodger Dial. His challenge was to conquer the cool climate of Nova Scotia . After a great deal of hard work the winery flourished. Rodger planted the Russian Grape varieties Severnyi and Michurinetz. But the demands of time and money and the believe that you can not make good wine in Nova Scotia brought on the decline of the winery. In 1993, Swiss businessman, Hanspeter Stutz, bought Grand Pré. Stutz was undaunted by the challenge of purchasing and restoring the vineyard. Now, with his vision and determination, Mr. Stutz has successfully established Domaine de Grand Pré as a proud and viable winery that surpasses the splendor of its predecessor.

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Domaine Grand Pré is located along Nova Scotia's Evangeline Trail in the beautiful Annapolis Valley, an area famous for its cultural diversity, charm and natural beauty, not to mention its natural wonders. Located at the headwaters of the Bay of Fundy's Minas Basin, this is where the world famous tides rise up to 54 feet. The area is also rich in history.


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11611 Highway 1, Grand Pré, NS, CA, B0P 1M0 Email: mail@grandprewines.ns.ca
Phone: 902-542-1753 Web: www.grandprewines.ns.ca
Fax: 902-542-0060
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Products



  L'Acadie Blanc
A full-bodied wine of complex character. Pleasant aromas of fresh cut hay and herbal notes are complemented by a rich, full and slightly buttery flavour balanced by a lively grapefruit acidity. Lovely with seafood, white meat or cheese dishes. Bronze medal winner at 2002 Finger Lakes. International Wine Competition Bronze Medal winner 2004 International Eastern Wine Competition
  L'Acadie Blanc Reserve
A dry and full-bodied wine with a perfect balance between fruit and acidity. It displays aromas of fresh peaches and rich tropical fruit. To add to the complexity of this wine, it was barrel aged for 6 months, adding subtle oak notes and a buttery, lingering finish. Enjoy this wine with Grilled Shellfish, Poultry and Roast Pork.
  Léon Millot
Léon Millot is a sister variety to the Maréchal Foch grape. It produces a wine rich in raspberry and cherry fruit characteristics with subtle nuances of white pepper. This light-bodied, dry red wine is all brought together with a round mint chocolate finish. Enjoy this wine with most meats and tomato-based sauces.
  Marechal Foch
This deeply coloured red wine has a fresh berry aroma that suggests strawberries, raspberries and blackberries with hints of green pepper and cherry. Soft tannins add structure to the plump fruitiness for a full, round flavour and a long finish. Enjoy with red meats, Italian food or a cheese plate. Silver medal winner at 2000 All-Canadian Wine Championships. Bronze medal winner at 2002 All-Canadian Wine Championships Silver Medal winner 2003 All Canadian Wine Championships
  Marechal Foch Reserve
Our Maréchal Foch Reserve has been aged in oak barrels for one year and displays rich fruity notes of raspberry and cherry. It is a well-balanced wine with a firm structure complimenting red meat, game or pasta with red sauces. Gold medal winner at 2001 All-Canadian Wine Championships. Bronze medal winner at 2002 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition. Bronze medal winner at 2002 All-Canadian Wine Championships Bronze medal winner at 2002 Canadian Wine Awards. Gold medal winner at 2002 InterVin International. Silver Medal winner 2004 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition Silver Medal winner 2003 All Canadian Wine Championships
  New York Muscat
This intensely aromatic wine displays spicy notes of cloves and apricots together the fruitiness of orange blossom and strawberries. Long, balanced and elegant, enjoyed on it's own as an aperitif or with spicy Asian cuisine. Bronze medal winner at 2000 All-Canadian Wine Championships. Silver medal winner at 2001 All-Canadian Wine Championships. Bronze medal winner at 2001 Canadian Wine Awards. Bronze medal winner at 2002 All-Canadian Wine Championships. Platinum Medal winner 2003 NSLC Port of Wines Festival
  New York Muscat Icewine
his Icewine has been left to ferment in cask, producing a complex and layered wine. It displays rich notes of papaya, preserved peach, dried apricot and Bartlett pear, in perfect balance with a crisp lively acidity that lingers on the palette. Enjoy these great flavours on their own or to compliment dessert and cheese. Gold medal winner at 2002 All-Canadian Wine Championships. Gold medal winner at 2002 InterVin International Bronze Medal winner 2004 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition. Bronze Medal winner 2003 International Wine & Spirit Competition in London. Platinum Medal winner 2003 NSLC Port of Wines Festival. Bronze Medal winner at 2005 All Canadian Wine Awards
  Ortega Select Late Harvest
The Ortega Select Late Harvest is a brilliant wine with a rich texture. The nectarine, gooseberry and candied fruit aromas are accented by a subtle spiciness of peppered strawberries. Sip this viscous treat on its own, with a selection of cheeses or with all kinds of fruit desserts. Bronze Medal winner 2004 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition. Silver Medal winner 2004 International Eastern Wine Competition. Bronze Medal winner 2003 All Canadian Wine Championships
  Pomme d'Or
This golden, burnt amber cegape is made from both old and new apple varieties grown locally in the Annapolis Valley. This wine displays complex notes of baked apple, apricot and caramel, with a long, sweet finish of preserves. Silver medal winner at 2002 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition. Bronze Medal winner 2003 All Canadian Wine Championships
  Seyval Blanc
This light bodied white wine is crisp, refreshing and true to the varietal character of Seyval Blanc. It displays notes of green apple, honeydew melon and grapefruit, all balanced with a fresh acidity and a long finish. Summer salads with vinaigrettes and white fish with lemon are the perfect match. Silver medal winner at 2000 All-Canadian Wine Championships Gold Medal winner 2003 All Canadian Wine Championships
  Verrazano
This dry rose wine is named after the great Italian Explorer, Giovanni da Verrazano, who first gave the name Arcadia to our Atlantic Coast. Produced from Nova Scotian grown L’Acadie Blanc and Marechal Foch grapes, the resulting wine is bursting with delightful fruit flavors and a crisp pleasing finish. Verrazano is a wonderful sipping wine to be enjoyed chilled with friends or along side summer-time cuisine.
  Vidal Icewine
This Vidal Icewine was hand picked at Warner Vineyards in Lakeville, N.S., at the end of the old and the beginning of the new millennium. It displays notes of apricots, lemon, blood orange and marmalade. It is balanced with crisp acidity and a long, lingering, sweet finish. Sip this rare treat by itself or as a sweet compliment to a dessert. Bronze medal winner at 2001 All-Canadian Wine Championships. Bronze medal winner at 2001 Canadian Wine Awards
  Vidal Select Late Harvest
This Vidal Select Late Harvest Wine is the second pressing of a classic Icewine. It displays comforting notes of orange blossom, rose petal and Red Delicious apple. Lively, with an elegant caramel finish, this wine is excellent with fresh fruit desserts or mild cheeses. Bronze medal winner at 2001 All-Canadian Wine Championships

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