Grand Pre Wines

(902) 542-1753 11611 Hwy 1
Grand Pre, B0P 1M0
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At Domaine de Grand Pré, we take great pride in making the finest Nova Scotia wines. We have worked hard to develop special Nova Scotian wines that are unlike any others in the region and whose crisp flavour comes from using only 100 per cent grapes. We have created unique varieties that are suited to the Maritime region. We grow specialty grapes that were developed for Nova Scotia climate and landscape. The results are apparent in our array of award-winning vintages, which wine lovers across Canada and around the world appreciate. – Description from AlexJelena

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  • Muscat

    History of the grape: Muscat existed as far back as the Ancient Greeks. It spread throughout the world as empires gre...

  • Ortega

    Ortega’s winter-hardy character has allowed this grape to be successfully grown in British Columbia, and with limited...

  • L'Acadie Blanc

    L’Acadie Blanc is a Vineland (Ontario, Canada) hybrid of great commercial significance in Nova Scotia, Canada. Its na...

  • New York Muscat

    Moderately winter hardy, this quality white wine grape, developed at Geneva, New York, from a cross of Muscat Hamburg...

  • Léon Millot

    Leon Millot’s ability to ripen early in short growing seasons keeps it commercially important to wineries in Michigan...

  • Marechal Foch

    Marechal Foch (aka. Foch, Kuhlmann 188-2) is a vigorous, early-ripening variety, with good winter hardiness. It is we...

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  • Last week I began my summer time look at Zinfandel by focusing on Mendocino and lake counties, two regions that have limited presence in the Zin lovers mind. Today I'm taking a different tact and focusing instead on lodi, a veritable Zin lovers paradise.Why you ask?Well simply put it's a region that not only has a great climate for Zinfandel, wi... Read More

    From the article Exploring Zinfandel: Lodi


  • I was fortunate to be able to attends last weeks ZAP Experience. As you might know this year’s event differed from those in years past as the event was broken down into additional components.  The trade and media portion of the Experience is now a discreet tasting, and the grand tasting has been broken out into sections, that took place on the g... Read More

    From the article ZAP: Forum of Flavors


  • Not only is Cabernet Sauvignon the most popular red wine, it’s also one that is best suited to gift giving. It’s a wine that everyone knows and understands. Big, rich and bold, it’s the archetype of red wines that is perfect for the cooler months that lie ahead. While Cabernet does get a bit of a bad rap as being ubiquitous, that doesn’t mean th... Read More

    From the article Cabernet Sauvignon


  • I write this in the middle of a trip to California, the primary purpose of which was to taste Zinfandel. You see I love Zinfandel, think it’s the country’s greatest wine in fact. There is more diversity with Zin, plantedas it is basically throughout the state, than any other wine. Not only is it planted throughout the state but it hasin fact fou... Read More

    From the article An American Icon


  • So we have some interest in having a West Coast meet-up (or you can call it a throw-down) for Pinot.  Here's my opening proposal:  We'll do it very close to the Oakland Airport, to save those who are traveling in from out of town (like Emark and JonDerry) from having extra travel if they want to fly.  This would give LuchaVino a chance to attend... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pinot Throw Down for West...


  • For fun I was searching around and found some stories of the world's oldest wines that are (arguably) intact. Some divers found unopened bottles of champagne in a sunken ship: http://io9.com/5695539/worlds-oldest-wine-and-beer-finally-gets-drunk-after-200-yearsA 350AD vintage kept in a museum that was dug out of the ground: http://www.dailymail.... Read More

    Forum post in the topic The worlds oldest wines


  • Thought some of you might be interested in this article I came across this afternoon. Any thoughts?Cheers,Adamhttp://www.thestar.com/news/world/article/1272836--worst-grape-harvest-in-half-century-in-europe-leaves-some-vineyards-high-and-dry Read More

    Forum post in the topic Article: Worst grape harvest...


  • I'm finding my cellar a bit too Cali-centric these days and am looking to start buying from some different regions, and the 2010 vintage brings some interesting options to the table. Most of the good wines from around the world are beginning to take shape and arriving on the retail shelves, minus most of the bordeaux blends from France, CA, and ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What 2010's Are You Buying?


  • Just got this from Garagiste, and have all sorts of weird thoughts.  Like, is this for real?  But more importantly, will Rimmerman succeed in keeping this from going to auction, or is he just rewarding a lucky few who will turn around and sell the most valuable bottles, while others will have overpaid for who-knows-what?  Would it really be wors... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Genius or insanity?...


  • As a Californian, I have felt the loss of such old names as Almaden, Christian Brothers and Inglenook.  (OK, I guess Almaden still exists as a mocking shell of its former being.  OK, I know it never was great, but their bottles did have corks.  Maybe I am the only person who feels a sense of loss of Almaden.)  Another of the old abused names is ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Buena Vista Winery


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