Ontario Baco Noir 2021
Henry of Pelham
Henry of Pelham is named after the founder and great-grand-patriarch of the Smith family, who grew Concord and Niagara grapes — some of the first to be planted in Canada. Generations later, in 1984, the Niagara wine scene hardly existed. There were a lot of naysayers back then — Niagara summers are warm and autumn is cool, followed by a quick shift into the winter cold. But the pioneering spirit of the family drove them to start premium wines using Old World vinifera grapes and a forward-thinking eye toward environmental stewardship.
In 2006, Henry of Pelham was the first vineyard to be certified as local and sustainable by Local Food Plus. They’ve followed Sustainable Winemaking Ontario's world-leading standards in farming practices since 2004. And, in 2017, they became one of only six Ontario wineries to be certified by the Wine Council of Ontario as following sustainable winemaking practices from vine to table.
ORIGINNiagara Peninsula, Canada
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