Posts Tagged ‘L’Acadie Vineyards’
Canadian Bubbly, eh?
Canada is at once large and small. If travelling along the Trans Canada Highway across the breadth of the country, east to west, you would cover 4,860 miles or 7,821 km. But it is also small when viewed in terms of the total global wine production volume (26.7 billion litres) where Canada represents only 0.3%…Read More
Zero Dosage Sparkling Wine
Traditional method sparkling has many elements that a winemaker has to consider to create a truly valued wine. In special vintages when all these elements align, the practice of adding expediation dosage during disgorging is not always required. Dosage is sweetened wine that can be added to balance acidity and other components. These special wines…Read More
Recently Disgorged RD
Visiting our wine shop gives you the opportunity to purchase recently disgorged sparkling wines usually a month or a couple of weeks on the cork- fresh, fruity and lively. Recently disgorged, RD is a term coined by Madame Bollinger in Champagne in the 1960’s and is very popular in Europe where larger Champagne houses are…Read More