In wine as in life, adversity builds character. Vines challenged by weather, water, and the vigneron's shears bear the most flavourful fruit.

At Benjamin Bridge, our challenge was to produce prestige cuvées where none had imagined. The result: world-class Méthode Classique sparklings – born of the Champagne tradition, but distinctly Nova Scotian. [Read more]

Conceived by veteran winemaker Peter J. Gamble, our acclaimed Nova 7 is a proprietary blend of signature aromatic whites, highlighting select Muscat grape varieties. Inspired by the European tradition of lightly sparkling, off-dry wines, its elegant aromatics are balanced by a lively acidity and light effervescence. [Read more]

World-class wines from Nova Scotia. Who could imagine? Benjamin Bridge founders Gerry McConnell and Dara Gordon. In 1999, encouraged by a coterie of international experts who noted the uncanny parallels between the breezy Gaspereau Valley and the cool climes of Champagne, the first vines were planted. Their audacious vision has become reality. [Read more]

Rare terroir, classic techniques

Uncompromising sparkling wines from Nova Scotia

In wine as in life, adversity builds character. Vines challenged by weather, water, and the vigneron's shears bear the most flavourful fruit.

At Benjamin Bridge, our challenge was to produce prestige cuvées where none had imagined. The result: world-class Méthode Classique sparklings – born of the Champagne tradition, but distinctly Nova Scotian. [Read more]

Bravely original

Experience Nova 7®, Nova Scotia's iconic wine™

Conceived by veteran winemaker Peter J. Gamble, our acclaimed Nova 7 is a proprietary blend of signature aromatic whites, highlighting select Muscat grape varieties. Inspired by the European tradition of lightly sparkling, off-dry wines, its elegant aromatics are balanced by a lively acidity and light effervescence. [Read more]

Passion in place

How a love of the land launched Benjamin Bridge

World-class wines from Nova Scotia. Who could imagine? Benjamin Bridge founders Gerry McConnell and Dara Gordon. In 1999, encouraged by a coterie of international experts who noted the uncanny parallels between the breezy Gaspereau Valley and the cool climes of Champagne, the first vines were planted. Their audacious vision has become reality. [Read more]

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