Wine, but not. Acid League’s “Terre Sauvage,” meaning wilderness in French, is a unique homage to Canadian terroir.
A new form of flavor that is firmly rooted in the treasures of Acid League’s Canadian home soil. An exquisite mesh of McIntosh apples, maple syrup, Labrador tea and spicy cedar. Unlike any wine you’ve tasted before yet it offers the complexity of a top quality white.
What does it taste like?
- Nose: crisp aromatic apples & fresh Chardonnay with forest-y evergreen undertones
- Palate: layered body with apple up front, medium-dry with rich maple syrup, woody notes of cedar & spruce tips, fennel, juniper, caraway and a pleasant acidity from the apple vinegar
- Serve at 40-45F in a fancy wine glass, pairs well with Roast Squash, Smoked Trout, Pork, Pea Soup & of course Poutine!
- Drink within 3 months. Once opened keep refrigerated and drink within one week.
Good to know
- Bottled in Canada
- 750ml bottle
- 40 calories per serving
- Contains less than 0.5% alcohol
Ingredients: Water, McIntosh Apple Juice, Chardonnay Juice, Apple Concentrate, Cedar Spice Bitters (a preparation of cedar wood, fennel, juniper, caraway, and lovage root), Maple Syrup, Apple Vinegar (apple juice, vinegar), Tartaric Acid, Bai Jian White Tea, Spruce Tips, Cedar Leaves, Sea Salt, Labrador Tea, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Sulfites.