Lightfoot and Wolfville Rose (750ml)

  • Country


  • Region

    Nova Scotia

  • Sub-Region


  • Size


  • Wine Type

    Rose Wine

  • Food Pairing


This family-owned winery in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley is dedicated to certified organic and biodynamic agriculture alongside Old World winemaking techniques.

Tasting Notes

A blend including Pinot Meunier, Geisenheim and Vidal. Pale pink hue, on the nose, aromas of delicate red berries and a freshness reminiscent of mint. The palate has a hint of sweet fruit that is balanced by refreshing acidity. Enjoy on it’s own as the perfect summertime sipper or explore its versatility for pairing with a wide array of cuisine such as wood fired pizza, mixed antipasti, fresh salads, chicken or salmon.

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Our Thoughts

Pinot-driven, of Noir and Pinot Meunier with tiny amounts of Geisenheim and Frontenac Rouge. Arid, rusty, simply and purposefully pale red that emerges straight from the earth. Has a plasma sensation, with lemon and dry red earth. Natural feel. A cure of veal. More structured than even its makers are giving early credit for. A portal to the more “serious” solo, mano a mano Pinot/Pinot to come. A hue and style originated and heading in the right direction. – Michael Godel, wine critic and judge for Wine Align


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