Château des Charmes in the News
Aligoté is a native grape of Burgundy that has been cultivated in Niagara by the Bosc family for decades. This crisp, refreshing white...
"With this release, Chateau des Charmes changes to a brighter, fresher label design on the front and a flavour chart on the back label...
"The 2014 Château des Charmes Cuvée d'Andrée Rosé has pleasant aromas of grapefruit, lemon, melon peel and lees together with subtle...
This fresh and vibrant rose continues to please year over year as I have said before. It is still 100% Pinot Noir, dry “old style” as in Europe...
Speaking of wines that can pair with anything, the new Cuvée D’Andrée is released and available at the winery or at the Château des...
The Toronto Star
Winemakers in Ontario's Niagara region won't know until summer how much the record cold this winter has affected their grapevines....
"This double-gold winner deserves every accolade. On the nose there’s honeyed citrus, a whiff of petrol, mineral and earth. Just off-dry and...
"Slightly spicy, mineral-tinged, ripe lemon-apple nose. Off dry, slightly spicy, medium-light bodied, honeyed, ripe winter melon,...
"I love Niagara Cabernet Franc and am always interested in how winemakers use this more savoury grape in icewine. The CDC 2012 was a...
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