A sense of terroir ...
We were an award winning wine bar and restaurant located at 43 Water Street in Windsor, Nova Scotia. We offered the broadest assortment of local, Nova Scotia wines of any wine bar in the province. We also had some old world favourites and otherwise well-known wines from other parts of the world. You also found local beers and ciders to round out the experience. Exquisite, artisanal, locally-sourced food features accompanied your wines and completed your Nova Scotia gastro-oenological journey. A true sense of Nova Scotia terroir began with WINEGRUNT, on the Windsor strip!
WINEGRUNT [wahyngruhnt] noun. English, twenty first-century, neologism, blend, portmanteau.
- Twenty first-century slang term derived from English translation of Old French/Provençal sommelier, with which it shares a common etymology.
- A person who works in the local wine industry at the most basic and important level, gaining practical knowledge at the very roots of the industry.