The Kirkwood Group has shopped the world to find dynamic international brands -
brands that we believe will achieve success in the Canadian market.
The Les Grands chais de France Group, based in Alsace, is a major French producer. Cruse Wines are crafted by the descendents of H.F. Cruse, former patriarch of one of France¹s most famous winemaking families. Chateau de Courteillac Bordeaux, and Chateau de Taillan cru Bourgeois superieur are excellent examples of the family¹s winemaking art. With its large portfolio of high-quality products, the Group is able to address the needs of customers around the world looking for high quality wines and spirits.
Grand Sud Merlot
The first French table wine brand available in Canada in a one-liter bottle, it boasts a nose of red fruit, black currents, cherries, and raspberry jam. Its palate has velvet tannins and a fine, long finish. Can be served with white meat, grilled meat, salad and cheeses.
Chateau de Courteillac Bordeaux
Chateau de Courteillac Bordeaux is a blend of 70% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Cabernet Franc. Its grapes are grown on an estate in Cleyrac in the heart of the Entre-Deux-Mers region southeast of the city of Bordeaux. Deep red with a garnet tinge, it has a nose of dark fruit with blackcurrant buds. The taste is round and fruity, with a robust but smooth structure.
Chateau de Taillan
Chateau de Taillan, a Bourgeois Supérieur Haut-Médoc, is a blend of 60% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 10% Cabernet Franc, a harmonious blend of varieties from the Bordeaux wine region. Cabernet Sauvignon gives the wine its aromas of red berries, Cabernet Franc brings finesse and spicy notes, while Merlot grapes make it velvety and full-bodied.
Beer and ale are brewed in about 20 main styles, from wheat beer to stout, from Pilsner to bottle-fermented British ale.
Bourbon, Armagnac, Brandy & Cognac, Dry Gin, Irish Whiskey, Liqueur, Rum, Scotch Whisky, Tequila & Mezcal, Vodka.
Each of the world's major wine producing regions has a different story to tell about the development of its individual wines.
Beverage alcohol is combined with fruit juice or other liquids to create the equivalent of what a bartender may be asked to prepare