Here’s another example of how the Jost winery is supporting vineyard development across Nova Scotia, vinifying a number of vineyard specific bottlings to showcase the range of terroirs in Nova... Read More
Deeply colored with rich berry flavours. Aged in a combination of French and American oak barrels. Will age well over the next 5 - 6 years. Food matches - venison, lamb, steak, and spicy pasta... Read More
This non-vintage, medium-bodied wine is a pale yellow in color, and demonstrates subtle notes of apple. Although on the label it's recommended to drink this alone, or with any dessert, I would... Read More
A simultaneously painful (on the palate) and pleasurable (on the pocketbook) experience.
Great White is a cheap and noxious overly sweet wine which may induce early onset diabetes if consume... Read More
This is Jost Vineyards’ first sparkling effort. In fact, this is the first Nova Scotian bubbly made from 100 percent local grapes. In this case, those grapes are the regional staple, L’Acadie ... Read More