Made from a grape which was once the backbone of the Ontario wine industry. Grown by the Lippsitt family on a 130-year-old farm on heavy clay soils. Hand harvested Concord grapes were pressed on a very long press cycle with lots of rotation to naturally extract juice from these hard-to-press grapes. The wine was fermented naturally to dryness and allowed to settle at a cold temperature to aid in stability. Bottled with an addition of juice to reach a desired pressure of 1.5 bar.
A very light version of supersonic as this wine was bottled with lower pressure. Bottled into lighter-weight glass to cut down it’s carbon footprint.
Red in colour with high acid and light bubbles. The unmistakable aromatics run rampant through the wine. Unmistakably Canadian with a touch of finesse from the winemaking team. Juicy, tart nostalgia!
Wild-ferment. Unfiltered. Unsulphured.
Cases Produced: 145
Grower: Cory & Beverly Lipsitt
Harvested: September 29, 2022
Yields: Approx. 3 Tonnes/Acre