The site of Strewn winery has been a community hub since it was a fruit canning facility, more than 70 years ago. Those same buildings now hold the winery and space to host tastings, cooking classes, and events.
An Ontario favourite, the Strewn Barrel Aged Chardonnay shows ripe apple, pear, and tropical fruit along with buttery notes and toasty oak from the 8 months spent in American, French, and Canadian barrels. Perfect for seafood like shrimp cocktails or grilled salmon, barbeque chicken, veggies and dip or other appetizers, and creamy cheeses like brie or camembert.
Gewurztraminer’s aromas of roses and baking spices and flavours of lychee and mango fit nicely with the citrus, stone fruit, green apple and minerality of the Riesling. The refreshing sharpness of the Riesling is mellowed by the softness of Gewurztraminer making for a delicious match. Perfect for glazed pork, sweet and sour chicken or almost any Thai dish.
A blend of 5 aromatic white grapes, Nurture shows aromas of tropical fruit with notes of floral and honey. Lemon and grapefruit merge with a touch of sweetness on a smooth palate before yielding to a fresh, lingering finish. Great for Indian Thai curries, or other dishes using a complex spice blend.
Strewn ‘Rogue’s Lot’ Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc – #65342 – $13.95 (save $1.00 until Oct 10th)
This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, is bursting with black and red berry fruit, supple tannins, lively acidity, soft floral notes, and subtle oak spices. A versatile food wine, Rogue’s Lot pairs with grilled meats and sausages, pizza, stuffed peppers or semi-hard cheeses, and good company.
What began as a great gift for the holidays has become a year-round staple in the ice wine section of the LCBO. This is 100% Vidal, with rich flavours of peach, apple, apricot, and tropical fruit that burst from the glass and cross your palate with great balance and a long finish.
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