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  • Wild & Inspired Reviews from WineAlign

  • David Lawrason of WineAlign recently gave our Wild & Inspired line some "inspired" reviews and we are excited to share them with you.
  • Wild Ferment, Riesling, 2017, Niagara Peninsula

  • A blend of fruit from the Wismer, Lakeview and Short Hills vineyards, this is a mid-weight, tart-edged, dry, almost mineral Niagara riesling. The nose is a bit shy for riesling with lemon/grapefruit, green apple and spice, but there is good flavour intensity. The length is very good to excellent length.
  • Wild Ferment Pinot Noir, Glen Elgin Single Vineyard, 2016 Twenty Mile Bench, Niagara Peninsula

  • From a single plot within the large Wismer vineyard on the Niagara Escarpment, this pinot has a bit more structure and depth than the partner "Cuvee Wismer". But it is not drinking with the same charm at this point. The nose is lifted and piquancy here with classic sour red cherry, well integrated smoke, spice and vanillin. It is mid-weight, quite firm, grippy and intense. Nicely focused with excellent length, but it needs a year or two.
  • Wild Ferment, Pinot Noir Cuvee Wismer Vineyards, Twenty Mile Bench, Niagara Peninsula

  • From two sites within the Wismer Vineyard, this is a mid-weight, pale garnet shaded pinot with a lovely nose of red montmorency cherry/raspberry with finely inlaid oak spice. Nicely textured and balanced with very fine tannin. There is some elegance here. The length is very good to excellent.
  • Wild Ferment Cabernet Franc 2016, Twenty Mile Bench, Niagara Peninsula

  • From the Wingfield plot within the large Wismer site, this has a classic cab franc nose of raspberry, tobacco and fine oak vanillin. It is medium weight, quite elegant with a touch of sour -edged volatility. It is also a bit youthfully tannic and edgy now, so aerate well or give it a couple of years. A good example of Ontario's new confidence with this variety. The length is excellent.

Wild & Inspired Reviews from WineAlign

David Lawrason of WineAlign recently gave our Wild & Inspired line some "inspired" reviews and we are excited to share them with you. View the Collection

Wild Ferment, Riesling, 2017, Niagara Peninsula

A blend of fruit from the Wismer, Lakeview and Short Hills vineyards, this is a mid-weight, tart-edged, dry, almost mineral Niagara riesling. The nose is a bit shy for riesling with lemon/grapefruit, green apple and spice, but there is good flavour intensity. The length is very good to excellent length. View The Collection

Wild Ferment Pinot Noir, Glen Elgin Single Vineyard, 2016 Twenty Mile Bench, Niagara Peninsula

From a single plot within the large Wismer vineyard on the Niagara Escarpment, this pinot has a bit more structure and depth than the partner "Cuvee Wismer". But it is not drinking with the same charm at this point. The nose is lifted and piquancy here with classic sour red cherry, well integrated smoke, spice and vanillin. It is mid-weight, quite firm, grippy and intense. Nicely focused with excellent length, but it needs a year or two. View the Collection

Wild Ferment, Pinot Noir Cuvee Wismer Vineyards, Twenty Mile Bench, Niagara Peninsula

From two sites within the Wismer Vineyard, this is a mid-weight, pale garnet shaded pinot with a lovely nose of red montmorency cherry/raspberry with finely inlaid oak spice. Nicely textured and balanced with very fine tannin. There is some elegance here. The length is very good to excellent. View the collection

Wild Ferment Cabernet Franc 2016, Twenty Mile Bench, Niagara Peninsula

From the Wingfield plot within the large Wismer site, this has a classic cab franc nose of raspberry, tobacco and fine oak vanillin. It is medium weight, quite elegant with a touch of sour -edged volatility. It is also a bit youthfully tannic and edgy now, so aerate well or give it a couple of years. A good example of Ontario's new confidence with this variety. The length is excellent. View the Collection

Our Unique Microclimate

The emerging wine region of Georgian Bay is a unique micro climate. Slightly cooler than the Niagara Peninsula being at a more northerly latitude (45th parallel), a higher altitude +300ft above Lake Ontario, and having a cooler lake effect from the colder body of water of Georgian Bay.

This cool micro climate lends itself to fantastic wines, and as we evolve in our knowledge, our brands will continue to evolve. 

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The Evolution of Our Brands

Explore the inspiration behind each of our three unique collections.

Georgian Hills Vineyards Wines

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Notty Bay Wines

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Wild & Inspired Wines

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