Wine Proxies are layered blends of juices, teas, spices, bitters, and more with all the complexity of great wine, and none of the alcohol. Proxies don’t necessarily taste exactly like any specific wine, but they’re made to look, feel, and drink like wine. They have acidity, texture, tannin, and spice. They’re designed to pair with food and be enjoyed in wine glasses. Wine, but not.
Sauvage (White Wine Proxie): A new form of flavor rooted firmly in the treasures of our Canadian home soil. Sauvage meshes crisp apples with green spruce tips and spicy cedar, blazing a trail through an untouched evergreen forest in the early spring. Canadian terroir in a glass, Sauvage works as a substitute for white wine, farmhouse cider, and herbal aperitifs.
Fruit: Green Apple, Sauvignon Blanc Grapes Acidity: Verjus, Apple Vinegar Spice: Spruce Tips, Cedar, Juniper, Caraway Body: Bai Jian White Tea
Best enjoyed in a wine glass and designed to pair with food. For optimal flavor—or if you’re just feeling fancy—try decanting your Proxie before serving.
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