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LCBO recalls suspected counterfeit wine


The LCBO is recalling bottle of the 2006 Negrar Amarone Classico after some bottles were found to be counterfeit. LCBO press release: The LCBO is advising consumers who have purchased the 750 mL bottle of the 2006 Negrar Amarone Classico (a premium red Italian table wine) with the DOC (Denominazione d’Origine Controllata) number AAA 09439731 […]read more


Brut Prestige Mumm Napa

A nice Californian sparkling produced under the méthode traditionelle and which offers an excellent quality-price ratio compared to many French Champagnes. The color is yellow-green with fine and persistent bubbles. The nose exhibits beautiful honey aromas added with melon and citrus aromas. In mount, vanilla and melon flavors. This sparkling wine will charm you with […]read more


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


New Solution for Wine & Spirits Industry to Fight Counterfeiting


Portland-based BrandWatch Technologies and France-based, Prooftag, announced a partnership that creates a sophisticated set of protection and marketing tools for the wine and spirits industry to help domestic wineries and distilleries overcome the problems of counterfeit product and authentication in overseas markets, such as China, which is recognized as both a huge market for potential […]read more


Morgon Marcel Lapierre 2009


A must buy, the Morgon de Marcel Lapierre. Make sure to grab your bottles quickly. The wine will be on sale starting this week at the Quebec’ SAQ but should be available for a very short period if we compared to last vintage who went sold out in 6 hours only. An exceptional Gamay with […]read more


Upcoming event – The Nova Scotia Winter Icewine Festival 2011


Book your calendar; the Nova Scotia Winter Icewine Festival is ready to warm you. From February 3 to 13, 2010 enjoy the best Icewines. Celebrate Nova Scotia’s internationally award-winning Icewines. Sample Icewine paired with local cuisine, learn how Icewine is made, try your hand at pruning or book a Winter Icewine Experience Getaway. Nova Scotia […]read more


Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 2008

Tasting Notes Colour: Ascintillating, deep garnet red. Nose: Highly expressive black fruit at first, especially blackberry, with touches of toast and fine spice, then more complex fresh fruit aromas, especially cherry and redcurrant, that burst from the glass. Palate: Particularly supple and round on the attack, displaying an attractive harmony between silky tannins and the […]read more


Oldest known winery founded in cave in Armenian mountains


Researchers have founded the earliest known winery in a cave in the mountains of Armenia. The winery dates to 6,000 years ago. A vat to press the grapes, fermentation jars and even a cup and drinking bowl dating were discovered in the cave complex by an international team of researchers. Grape seeds have also been […]read more


Ijalba Reserva Rioja 2005

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The Ijalba Reserva Rioja 2005 impress by its style and sense of balance while remaining true to its Rioja soul. Elaborated with Tempranillo 80% and Graciano 20%, the wine express spicy, balsamic, cinnamon, chocolate and vanilla notes. On the palate, fleshy tannins leading to a nice length. A smart buy. Pair it with roast red […]read more


Justin The Orphan Paso Robles Californie 2008

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Tasting Notes Color: Vibrant ruby red with a bright red rim. Aroma: Cranberry, red plum, white pepper, slight brown spice notes with a streak of earthiness. Palate: Dry, bright red fruit notes, soft core of modest tannins, and very little edge from neutral older oak. Winemaking The 2008 growing season began with a wet winter […]read more


Gift for wine lovers | The Australian Wine Encylopedia


What to give to that lovely wine enthusiast? The Australian Wine Encyclopedia, from Australia’s most respected wine writer James Halliday. James Halliday is a wine critic who regularly contributes to Gourmet and Epicurean magazines. He is the founder of Coldstream Hills and Brokenwood wineries and is the author of several books, including the James Halliday […]read more


Greg Norman Estates Limestone Coast Cabernet/Merlot 2007

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Tasting Notes Vibrant and complex aromas of spicy, red berry fruit, cinnamon and clove spice. The same abundant, vibrant fruit is refl ected on the palate which also shows a hint of licorice, sweet cinnamon spice, and subtle cedary French oak. Winemaking Separate parcels of fruit were fermented in American oak barriques and roto fermenters. […]read more


Shiraz [yellow tail] Reserve 2009

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Elaborated by the Casella family, the wines from [yellow tail] are well known here and around the world. This Australian winery sees big and knows how to produce wines that respect its philosophy of making first quality and affordable wines that everyone can enjoy in any occasion. The [yellow tail] Reserve range is no exception […]read more


The Stump Jump Shiraz 2008


TASTING NOTES The nose is full of ripe and juicy red fruits and fresh plums mixed with dark cherry and exotic spices. The palate is rich, round and juicy with ripe raspberry and blackcurrant in abundance and a bit of plum stone, rhubarb, chocolate and licorice adding to the mix. The spicy tannins are fine […]read more


L.A. Cetto Zinfandel 2008

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The wines from the Mexican L.A. Cetto winery have used us with good value wines. The Zinfandel is no exception to the rule. Red fruits, strawberry jam aromas. On the palate, the fruity flavors are predominant. Supple tannins that leads to a moderate finish. Pair with grilled steaks, burgers and ribs. Serving temperature: 15-16 ° […]read more


Cosecha Tardia Chardonnay 2010 | Wine of the Week


The Cosecha Tardia Chardonnay 2010 is a pleasant and affordable late harvest wine. The noise showcases notes of papaya, honey and peach. On the palate, a well-balanced and smooth acidity that lead to a pleasant finish. Flavors of peaches and flowers. A smart buy! A wine to enjoy with friends. Excellent as aperitif or with […]read more


Château La Pierrière Côtes de Castillon 2008

The Château La Pierrière 2008 is definitively a smart buy. Under the $16 mark, this blend made of Merlot 60%, Cabernet Sauvignon 20% and Cabernet Franc 20% will please you and your budget. The nose showcases fruity aromas, raspberry and cassis. On the palate, the rich flavors of ride fruits deliver harmony and suppleness. Silky […]read more


The Goatfather 2009 The Goats do Roam Wine Company | Wine of the Week


We will make you an offer than you can’t refuse! The Goatfather 2009 from the winery The Goats do Roam Wine Company of South Africa. An affordable wine with red ripe fruits, tobacco and cedar aromas. On the palate, supple tannins and oaky and fruity notes. A smart buy. Capiche? Paired it with grilled beef, […]read more


Don Reca Valle del Cachapoal Vina La Rosa 2007 | Wine of the Week


The Don Reca Valle del Cachapoal Vina La Rosa 2007 is a smart buy. A nice blend with fruity, blackberry, cacao and blackcurrant aromas and some vegetable notes. A rich, elegant and mouthful wine. Ripe tannins and jammy fruits flavors. Paired it with grilled beef and lamb. Serving temperature: 16-18 ° C. (61-64 °F) Ready […]read more


Visit Napa Valley iPhone app, your Napa Valley’ wineries virtual guide


Sponsored by The Napa Valley Destination Council, the updated Visit Napa Valley iPhone app is rich in information for everyone who travels within the beautiful wine destination of Napa Valley. Compared to many similar apps available on the Apple App Store, the Visit Napa Valley app has the biggest advantage of being FREE. Travelers get […]read more



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