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Pretty fresh berries (cherry, strawberry) along with citrus and watermelon. Absolutely delicious and hard to resist. You’ve been warned.
Charcuterie, salads, little sandwiches with the crusts cut off… you know, fun little things! Also, asparagus, spring rolls, sushi and oysters.
A hearty cheers to mark the splendid occasion of putting away your winter clothes. Be gone, damn boots!
Why we're drinking this
Even more reliable than a groundhog, kwäf’s first rosé offer of the year is a sure signifier of Spring. And what a rosé it is: the Tollgate 2017 is a delicious and lively rosé that’s a rare treat because it is usually only available in restaurants. But we have secured a small quantity of this Niagara beauty for our members. Tollgate is a favourite rosé among restaurateurs because it’s such a perfect aperitif wine: it’s bright and lively, and puts one in the mood — or one’s palate anyway — for good times. We love just about any good rosé, but this one is particularly amazing, delivering an irresistible barrage of bright red berries and crisp citrus-apple fruit. It’s quite remarkable.
Pretty aromas of wild red berries, cherry and a touch of fresh savoury notes. Bright and vibrant, with lots of berry fruit and juicy acidity. Fresh red berries, watermelon and lime with a little spice and a long finish. You could take this to Provence and be very happy, or you might sneak it into your favourite park and just pretend you’re drinking cranberry juice. We won’t tell.
Drink this: Now.
Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Tempranillo, Cabernet Franc
Region: VQA Niagara Peninsula
Production: 560 cases
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