GASPEREAU VALLEY, N.S. — Guests at Gordon Ramsay’s London restaurant will be getting a taste of Nova Scotia as it serves up Benjamin Bridge winery’s Brute Reserve 2008, according to CTV News.
The Michelin three-star Restaurant Gordon Ramsay will serve the sparkling wine, which has drawn comparisons to the Champagne region of France for its vibrant yellow gold colour, baked-apple notes, and rich finish.
Benjamin Bridge head winemaker Jean-Benoit Deslauriers says while he is humbled to see his wine on the list at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, much of the credit is due to the region where the grapes were grown.
Deslauriers says the winery has sold out of the 2008 reserve.