Culinary Countdown: Grand Pré Apple Cream Liquor

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Countdown to Christmas

We’re making your holiday shopping easy this year with 24 Days of Taste, Nova Scotia’s Culinary Countdown.

From December 1 to 24, join us as we count down to Christmas with 24 amazing local gift ideas to fill stockings, make at home, put under the tree, give as host gifts or share with family and friends for your holiday entertaining!

DECEMBER 13: Grand Pré Apple Cream Liquor

The Pomme d’Or Apple Cream Liquor features a unique blend of heritage apples from Annapolis Valley orchards and offers flavours of light vanilla cream paired with sweet aromas of caramel and apple. Excellent when poured over ice, ice cream, or when added to coffee or chai tea (both hot or iced versions).

Price: $25.00
Where to Purchase: Grand Pré wine shop or at NSLCs (in the liqueur section) throughout the province.
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More Information: Domaine de Grand Pré website
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About Grand Pré Wines:

Family owned and operated, Domaine de Grand Pré winery was built on love and passion for Nova Scotia and exceptional wine and food. Hanspeter Stutz, owner and father, is a visionary who first took a leap of faith in 1994, trusting that something special could be established to grow the Nova Scotia wine industry. He wanted to create a world-class destination while building a future for his family.

Having been founded in the late 1970’s, it’s Atlantic Canada’s oldest farm winery. Join them for a winery tour, where you’ll learn about grape growing, wine making, and the rich history of our region. At the tasting bar you can try 100% Nova Scotia grown wines, or browse the wine shop filled with a fine selection of local gourmet products and wine accessories.

But before you go you must stop by their restaurant, Le Caveau, for lunch, dinner, or a glass of wine on the patio.

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