The Shipwreck name reminds us of the dangers of navigating around Prince Edward Island's eastern point. In the 17th and 18th centuries more ships were wrecked in the tides of East Point than anywhere else around PEI. These same tides have formed the most spectacular sandy dune beaches where one of Canada's best oysters are produced.
Shipwreck oysters begin their growout in floating bags and finish on the bottom.
Tasting Notes: medium brine, grassy, cool mineral