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Jenny Gammon

Brand, Communications & Event Manager

Jenny’s love of food, craft beer, wine, and people has taken her around the world. Day to day, you’ll rarely find her without her notebook and a to-do list. Jenny manages the Bishop’s Cellar brand, community and all our marketing endeavours- drawing on her extensive experience in community engagement, major event/festival management and freelance writing. She aims to find, craft and share incredible behind-the-scenes stories for every bottle on our shelves.

When she isn’t cooking up new marketing strategies, managing the Bishop’s Cellar eCommerce or bringing fun events to life for Bishop’s Cellar, you’ll find Jenny in the kitchen with family and friends, running around in the great outdoors with her dog or planning her next travel adventure.

Certifications: Jenny is a CAPS-certified sommelier and WSET Level 3 certified. She’s always on the hunt for perfect food and wine pairings.

Jenny Gammon's Picks

One of my favourite things about summertime is turning my BBQ into a pizza oven. I love to bake, so I’ll mix up the dough the night before and let it bubble away in the fridge. The pizza toppings are local and flavourful mixes of whatever we have on hand, with lots of fresh mozzarella and herbs from my little garden. I’m salivating already. On these weekly pizza nights, I almost always turn to the Sangiovese grape. It offers so much, with fresh acidity, concentrated red fruit flavours, and just the right amount of oak for a warm evening: I can taste the oak but it doesn’t overwhelm the wine. Right now, I am really into the Borgo Salcetino Chianti Classico $32- made from mainly Sangiovese with 5% Canaiolo grown on limestone, clay, and sandy soil. In Tuscany, Chianti is very much an everyday wine, poured from a pitcher into tumblers- I suggest that you do the same and enjoy everything that a sunny evening in Nova Scotia has to offer.

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Recent Blog Posts by Jenny

Wild Wines Part 3: Natural Wines

The Rise of Wild Wines Part 2: Biodynamic Wine

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