Varietal: St Laurent
Vineyard: Harwood Estate Vineyards (North Block)
Region: Hillier, Prince Edward County, Ontario
While not officially approved in France and
scarcely grown there, the St Laurent grape originates in France. The St.
Laurent was grown primarily in Austria in the mid-1990s and is now grown
largely in Czech Republic. It is a genetic variant and more powerful version
of the Pinot Noir.
Alcohol: 12.0 % alc./vol.
Reducing Sugar: 5.2 g/L
Sulphites: Contains sulphites
Length of Time in Oak: 16 Months
Type of Oak: French, County and Hungarian, then blended
Wine Life: Until 2014
Bottled: January 2012
Winemakers: Lauren Horlock, John Rode, and Richard Karlo
Serves well chilled or decanted.
Michael Pinkus: “An easy sipping red with Pinot-ish
The nose and pallet of the St. Laurent are similar to Pinot, but with more
‘red fruit’ and a comforting ‘fresh rain’ character that makes it perfect as
a companion to foods cooked outdoors.
Recommendations for Other Harwood Wines:
Harwood's 2009 Pinot Noir would make an excellent
addition to this St Laurent served with the main course.
Pairs with lamb, pork shell fish and beef rendang!
Try some of our family recipes:
Olde Fashioned Baked Beans
Tortière (French Canadian Meat Pies)
One those wines that pairs nicely with most cheeses! Try these cheeses with Harwood’s
• Colby Jack
• Cream Cheese