VOLUME 10, ISSUE 3
January 22, 2015
ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE:
Kutch Wines: 2013 Vintage Provided Compelling & Transparent Wines Alexana: Prescription for Pinot with Unlimited Refills En Garde: 2012 Pinots Very Promising Black Kite Cellars: Outstanding Pinot Noir in 2012 Dolin Estate: New Central Coast Pinots Offer Exceptional Value MacRostie Winery & Vineyards: Evolving to Embrace Quality Birichino: A Mischievous Pair Craft Unique Wines at Right Price Domaine de la Côte: Whole Cluster Goodness Skewis Wines: Pinot from Vineyards with a Pedigree DANCIN Vineyards: Rogue Valley Wines of Distinction Waxwing: Engaging Pinot from an Urban Winery MacPhail Proudly Releases First Estate Pinot Noir Sips of Recently Tasted Pinot Noir Sips of Recently Tasted White Wines Pinot Briefs
Henry of Pelham Family Estate Winery
Founded by the Speck family in 1988, this winery is located in the Short Hills Bench along the Niagara Escarpment. The land was first deed to the Speck's ancestor, Nicholas Smith and his youngest son Henry built an Inn and planted vineyards along Pelham Road. When signing for the liquor license, he chose the moniker Henry of Pelham in reference to the British Prime Minister, Sir Henry of Pelham. The name stuck. Two centuries later, the Speck brothers spent weekends and summers clearing the land of Henry's original vineyards and replaced it with modern grape varieties. The vineyards are sustainably farmed.
Henry of Pelham is one of a very few estate wineries to produce wine made from 100% Ontario grown grapes including Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon. Three Pinot Noirs are produced including a Reserve and a Speck Family Reserve.
Articles About Henry of Pelham Family Estate Winery
2007 Henry of Pelham Family Estate Ontario Canada Pinot Noir
13.0% alc., $17. Imported by Beck Wines & Spirits, San Francisco, CA. · Moderately deep reddish-purple color in the glass. Starts out with marked sulfur notes of rotten eggs, obscuring the underlying aromas of dark fruits, pine tar and oak char. Robust black cherry fruit with an underlying earthy note, wrapped in flamboyant sandy tannins. Seems over-sulfured. Unsatisfactory. This winery was a featured winery at this year’s IPNC, so I suspect this was not a representative bottle. Reviewed August 24, 2010 ARTICLE »
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