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Wine

Crisp, aromatic Tidal Bay to kick off a Friday evening. Light and easy Chianti for pizza. Big, bold Napa Cabernet Sauvignon for a backyard BBQ. Whatever the occasion, Bishop’s Cellar has a wine for every palate.

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Feed Nova Scotia Case of Compassion 🍽

Case of Compassion is an annual fundraising campaign for Feed Nova Scotia, organized in partnership with Bishop’s Cellar. The concept is simple: purchase a case of wine and 25% of the proceeds will be donated to Feed Nova Scotia to help provide meals for those in need.

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Sandy Gribbin

“When the winegrower is the author…”

If you’ve read any of my recommendations before you might know that I appreciate when a non-English speaking winemaker has the confidence to not rely on appealing to an English-speaking audience. My pet theory is that the fewer English words on the bottle the better the wine must be! Bodegas Aessir challenges this assertion while at the same time exemplifying this disregard spectacularly! Look at that label – no frills spent on the marketing department there! But there is some no fuss use of English stating directly what the deal is with what is to be found inside the bottle. This is a natural wine and, as they say on their website, that means, “the winegrower is the author.”

This natural beauty is a great example of the pleasure of wines where the grapes are allowed to come to the fore. This is a spritely rather than ponderous Syrah. Bright, clean juiciness shines through well-balanced, it lingers for just a while on the tongue.

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