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Petite Riviere Vineyards

Petite Riviere Vineyards French colonists planted the first vine in this area in the early 1600's. In 1994, Petite Riviere Vinyards revived the tradition. Wines from Canada's oldest winegrowing region are now available at the winery, and at select retaurants in the area.


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1300 Italy Cross Road, Crousetown, NS, CA, B4V 6R2 Email:
Phone: 902-693-3033 Web:
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  Côtes de LaHave Estate Sur Lie
This Seyval shows typical notes of lime, pear and apple, with hints of tropical fruit and hazelnuts that lead to a smooth finish. The ideal accompaniment to pan seared Nova Scotia scallops.
  Côtes de LaHave Italy Cross Red
Aged in two year old American oak for eleven months giving soft tannins and roundness. Ripe dark fruit and spicy toasted oak lead to the mineral finish characteristic of the South Shore terroir.
  Côtes de LaHave Philip's Reserve
Made from some of the ripest grapes of the 2003 vintage and aged in a blend of American and French oak barrels for more than a year before bottling. extraordinary depth of flavour. Ripe black fruit, deep ruby colour, fine tannin structure and the mineral backbane characteristic of the terroir. Pair with grilled meats, roast beef, or rich fowl like duck or goose.
  Côtes de LaHave Rosé
Made in the Provencal style, this bone dry rosé shows hints of strawberry and cherry with banana and a touch of spice on the finish. This wine tastes great with Atlantic smoked salmon.
  Côtes de LaHave Rouge
Made from a marriage of all our red grape varieties. This intensely colored wine pairs well with many foods, from red meats to pastas and is great on it’s own. This wine shows hints of blackberry, cassis with a touch of cedar smoke. An easy wine to enjoy anytime.
  Côtes de LaHave Sur Lie
Aged on the lees for 9 months, this dry wine shows hints of Granny Smith apple, lime and pear. This style of wine pairs easily with many foods but is best enjoyed with steamed Nova Scotia mussels.


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