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Rosé de St-Jacques 2011, Domaine St-Jacques

A beautiful rosé for the hot season. Elaborated in equal part from the Lucy Kulhmann and Maréchal Foch varietals, it will seduce you with its tannins and freshness. Aromas of raspberry and cherry. Definitely a rosé to adopt. Serve as an aperitif or with fish, poultry or pasta. Serving temperature: 10 ° C (50 °F) […]read more

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Shiraz Two Oceans Rosé 2010

                

Ripe berries supported by peach and candy background notes. A fresh and fruity wine with strawberry, peach and melon flavours. A smart buy. Excellent served with chicken wings. Pair with game, grilled meats and cheese. Serving temperature: 8 – 10 °C (46 – 50 °F) Ready to drink. See member reviews on the Shiraz Two […]read more

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X Noir Brut Mousseux Rosé Ackerman

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Sparkling wines will be without any doubt very popular during the upcoming Holidays Season. The X Noir Brut Mousseux Rosé from the Ackerman producer is sure to please. Elaborated with Chenin Noir, this sparkling from la Loire, France offers fine bubbles. On the noise, fruity aromas, apple and some spicy notes. On the palate, fruity […]read more

Vin Gris de Cigare rosé 2009 | Wine of the Week

                

The Vin Gris de Cigare rosé 2009 is the perfect rosé for these hot summer evenings. A Californian blend from Bonny Doon Vineyard made of Grenache Noir (83%), Grenache Blanc (10%), Roussanne (5%) and Cinsault (2%). The vintage 2009 is clearly lighter in color than the previous vintages. A salmon pink color that reminds the […]read more

Gabbiano Rosato Toscana i.g.t. rosé 2009 | Wine of the Week

                

Celebrate summer’s arrival with a Tuscan rosé. The Gabbiano Rosato Toscana i.g.t. rosé 2009 has a nice pink strawberry color. The nose is fruity. On the palate, rich red fruits, medium mouth feel and persistent. Will complement poultry, pastas and pizza. Ideal at the deck as an aperitif. Serving temperature: 8 – 10 ° C. […]read more

Ménage à Trois Rosé 2009 | Wine of the Week

                

An intense pink rose petals color. The noise exhibits aromas of raspberries, strawberries, lychee nuts and rose petals and other flowers aromas. On the palate, a refreshing, medium-sweet wine and a smooth finish. This Ménage à Trois Rosé 2009 is good example where the parity between the US and the Canadian dollar doesn’t seems to […]read more

Osoyoos Larose Pétales d’Osoyoos 2006 | Wine of the Week

                

Impressive! This second wine from Osoyoos Larose is a pure pleasure in mouth and for your wallet. Even though you will have to pay $25, it’s hard to find better at that price and for that quality. The Osoyoos Larose Pétales d’Osoyoos 2006 is elaborated from a blend made of Merlot (67%), Cabernet Sauvignon (18%), […]read more

Osoyoos Larose Le Grand Vin 2005 | Wine of the Week

                

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! And for this Holidays Season, put this Osoyoos Larose Le Grand Vin 2005 under the tree. Give a gift to yourself or a gift that is sure to please any wine lover. A Bordeaux style wine made of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. This […]read more

Marqués de Caceres Rioja rosé 2008 | Wine of the Week

                

What better than a rosé to celebrate the mid-summer.  The Marqués de Caceres Rioja pink 2008 is a dry, fruity and fresh wine. It’s made from a blend of 80% Tempranillo and 20% Grenache. Cherry pink in color. The nose has fruity and spicy aromas. Raspberry, pear and rose notes. In mouth, it’s a medium-bodied […]read more

Shiraz Fuzion Alta Mendoza Rosé 2008 | Wine of the Week

                

The summer season is at our door. The sun, patio and BBQ with friends are back and promise enjoyable moments. This Fuzion Rosé from Argentina is a good choice to deliver the promises. And at the price it is offer, it’s a good bargain. The color is cherry. On the nose, fruity aromas of strawberries […]read more

White Zinfandel Beringer Sparkling Rosé | Wine of the Week

                

A little taste of summer in a long lasting winter! This White Zinfandel Rosé Beringer is the type of wine generally tasted in the sun on the terrace but can be really appreciated all year round.  With a beautiful salmon pink color and fine bubbles, the nose reveal floral aromas and strong scent of strawberries […]read more

Ménage à Trois Rosé | Wine of the Week

                

This is another good example where the parity between the US and the Canadian dollar has no repercussion. This wine is sold $20 in Quebec when it is sold for only $12 in the US. However, it does remain a very good summer rosé and hurry since the quantities are running low. An intense pink […]read more

Lamura Sicilia Rosé | Wine of the Week

                

The color is salmon pink. The bouquet is of wild strawberries, melon and very fruity and floral. The palate is full of juicy red berry fruit flavor like strawberries and raspberries. A soft and approachable rosé. Will be an excellent pairing with seafood, salads and pastas. Will be also an excellent and hard to beat […]read more

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New Year’s champagne and sparkling

                

Champagne and sparkling are a must for your celebrations. Many of us will also start the New Year with some bubbles. So, here are some champagne and sparkling suggestions to start the New Year. Champagne and sparkling under $15 Freixenet Cordon Negro Brut Cava Sparkling Spain Price: $13.75 Fine bubbles. Green apple, honey and nuts […]read more

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Upcoming event: Niagara Wine Festival 2012

                

Don’t miss the 61st annual Niagara Wine Festival that begins Friday September 21, 2012 and runs through September 30. Winery tours, wine tasting, music concerts, food tasting will entertain you during that biggest wine festival in Canada. The main festivities are held at the Montebello Park, Downtown St. Catharines but it’s also recommended to include […]read more

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Bye bye Bordeaux, hello Rhône

                

A Wine Spectator survey asked : What is the biggest problem with French wine? The answer : an overwhelming 51 % said that price was the biggest problem! The Bordeaux and Burgundy regions are responsible for this unfavourable image. In the eighties the culprit was Burgundy, reaching record high prices with the 1988 vintage. Then, […]read more

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Wine of the Olympics

                

From the selection of wines that will be served during the Olympics, the Balfour Brut Rosé of Hush Heath Estate represents the only English wine that will be officially served. The Balfour Brut Rosé is grown on Hush Heath Estate from three classic Champagne grape varieties – Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. English wine […]read more

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Artezin Zinfandel 2008

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A “Zin” with a good dose of character. Black pepper, clove, cinnamon and allspice aromas. On the palate, red fruits, rosemary and spicy flavors. Supple tannins create a firm, yet lush mouth- feel. Pair with a wide range of red wine-friendly foods. Serving temperature: 15 – 17 °C (59 – 63 °F) Ready to drink, […]read more

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Wine pairings for the Super Bowl

                

Your Super Bowl night menu is completed; natcho, pizza, veggies and the traditional chicken wings. It’s a fast and easy to prepare menu that will leave the entire spotlight on the game. Of course, a good cold beer will perfectly match your menu but wines can also be a good choice with your meal. If […]read more

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Fosters renames its wine group

                

Treasury Wine Estates is the new name for the wine division of Fosters. The new name is happening during company beer and wine businesses splitting process. The new identity represents 12,000 hectares of vineyards, 20 wineries and 50 wine brands from Australia, California, France, Italy and New Zealand. Under a new name, almost 4,000 global […]read more

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