Benjamin Bridge

Tidal Bay

8.711 ratings
9.51 pro ratings
Nova Scotia, Canada
White Blend
Chicken, Turkey, Duck, Goose, Squash & Root Vegetables, Pork, Mushrooms, Shellfish, Cheddar & Gruyere, Meaty & Oily Fish, White Fish, Manchego & Parmesan, Cream Sauces
Top Notes For
Bob Halifax

Bright flavours. Bright acidity. Nice introduction to @Benjamin_Bridge

Bright flavours. Bright acidity. Nice introduction to @Benjamin_Bridge

Jul 23rd, 2014
Melanie Taylor

A proprietary blend using l’Acadie and Ortega varietals. Pleasantly dry for a TB. Flavours of lemon rind, cantaloupe and Honeycrisp apples. Very pale yellow in hue. Medium-high acidity.
Winemaker: Jean-Benoit Deslauriers
10%

Shared by Shawna Ellis.

A proprietary blend using l’Acadie and Ortega varietals. Pleasantly dry for a TB. Flavours of lemon rind, cantaloupe and Honeycrisp apples. Very pale yellow in hue. Medium-high acidity.
Winemaker: Jean-Benoit Deslauriers
10%

Shared by Shawna Ellis.

Mar 3rd, 2019
Maria Robinson

Very tangy, almost like white wine left in the fridge too long. Not for me at all...

Very tangy, almost like white wine left in the fridge too long. Not for me at all...

Jul 20th, 2017
Nicole King

My absolute favorite white wine! Delish!

My absolute favorite white wine! Delish!

Oct 21st, 2016
Dana Prescott

Great white I had in Charlottetown, PEI.

Great white I had in Charlottetown, PEI.

Jul 7th, 2016
Kelsey Dawn

I have always considered myself a red wine drinker but this wine changed my view, it's fresh, crisp, and smooth

I have always considered myself a red wine drinker but this wine changed my view, it's fresh, crisp, and smooth

Oct 7th, 2015
Jonathan Steeves

2014 vintage of Tidal Bay by Benjamin Bridge is 9.5%ABV and wonderful Canadian East Coast gem. Aroma and palate of stone fruit, citrus notes, hint of herbaceousness. Persistence of lemon drop and nectarine, medium finish. Wonderful pairing with jumbo sea scallops and Parmesan infused risotto. Enjoy now.

2014 vintage of Tidal Bay by Benjamin Bridge is 9.5%ABV and wonderful Canadian East Coast gem. Aroma and palate of stone fruit, citrus notes, hint of herbaceousness. Persistence of lemon drop and nectarine, medium finish. Wonderful pairing with jumbo sea scallops and Parmesan infused risotto. Enjoy now.

Aug 2nd, 2015
Katie Zentmeyer

Tidal Bay by Benjamin Bridge
Nova Scotia

Tidal Bay by Benjamin Bridge
Nova Scotia

Jun 19th, 2015
Barbara von Tigerstrom

Barbara had this 3 years ago

Barbara had this 3 years ago

Jul 22nd, 2017
Justin Colby

Justin had this 4 years ago

Justin had this 4 years ago

Nov 25th, 2016