Skip to product information
1 of 1

2019 Brut Rosé

2019 Brut Rosé


Regular price $39.75
Regular price Sale price $39.75
Save Sold out

In the glass, a delicate rose colour with a touch of amber from Pinot Noir. On the nose, lively notes of crisp orchard fruit, white flowers, red berries, stone fruit, freshly baked bread and tangerine oil. On the palate, hints of orange blossom, white flowers, toasted brioche, and chalky minerality, with spice and strawberry-patisserie undertones.


Vintage: 2019

Varietal Composition: 50% Pinot Meunier, 20% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay

Alc. by vol.: 10.5%

pH: 3.25

TA: 8.67 g/l

Brix (avg. at harvest): 18ºBx

Recommended Drinking: 2023-2025


• Free delivery over $50 to select areas of HRM & Wolfville
• Free shipping over $300 within Canada
• Canada Post shipping rates are calculated at checkout based on package weight and region

View full details


There are inevitable perils to the high-risk, high-reward decision to make transparent wines faithful to their individual growing seasons. For each plentiful and uneventful year, comes the lows and pendulum swings of the more challenging vintages. When faced with adversity, there are always opportunities to adapt by crafting wines stylistically coherent or by building on the uniqueness of a vintage, such as 2019. After a series of two of the most opulent growing years in recent memory (2016 and 2017), we were hit with the spring frost of 2018, followed by Hurricane Dorian in September 2019. The impact of the latter had a stylistic impact on the wines that, depending on the perspective, could be seen as a blessing. For those missing the nostalgic taste of the legendary wines made in the early years of Benjamin Bridge, Hurricane Dorian stunted the spike in sugars and rapid decline in acidity characteristic of the warmer vintages of recent climatic shifts. Although this wine went through the same richness-inducing technical journey as all our recent sparkling wines (french oak ageing and full malolactic fermentation), a region-definition sense of freshness and vibrancy prevailed, echoing our long-lost climatic past. Historically, a predictable correlation always existed between higher acidity and the longevity of our wines, suggesting this rose could live an exceptionally long life in the cellar.