Named American winery of the year for 2017, 100% Organic Merlot with aromas of black plumbs, dark cherries and a touch of oak blended with Bordeaux varietals then aged for seven months in a combination of French and American Oak.
A Biodynamic Bordeaux blend of Merlot, Petite Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and a touch of Malbec aged for 22 months in new French oak. A truly complex wine with layers of mature oak flavors, vanilla, spice and structured tannins with a silky finish.
One of Canada’s best premium wineries offering a 100% Malbec of both free run and pressed wine undergoing malolactic fermentation then barrel aged for 18 months. Spicy aromas, with subtle violet notes, a dry palate, full bodied with crisp acidity and firm, ripe tannins.
Drawn from wines selected for their smoothness and mellow character. These are aged for up to seven years in oak casks in Croft’s cellars. Smooth and round on the palate, full of luscious strawberry jam flavours and an elegant finish
From the name that created Conha y Toro, Don Melchor, a blend of 91% Cabernet Sauvignon and 9% Cabernet Franc, being voted “Best Cabernet Sauvignon” from Robert Parker and 96 pts from Wine Spectator.
Juicy streaks of grapefruit and pineapple in this spry, dry Riesling are cut by laser-focused acidity and rocky edges of slate. It’s approachable and fresh, yet abundantly elegant. A terrific food wine, or great to enjoy by itself. A great example of why dry Rieslings are always a sommeliers top choice. 90 pts – James Suckling
Known for its signature packaging and tremendous quality, this wine is clean and bright with a complex and elegant nose. 26 months in French and American oak and then bottle aged for 3 years, resulting in an elegant palate with a long and silky finish. 93 pts – Guia Penin
One of Canada’s premiere sparkling producers, their second offering in our market is 100% Gamay in follow up to the ever popular Whitecap. Exclusively producing sparkling wines, Hinterland is known for their beautiful expressions with influences from France while still showcasing the beautiful terrior of Prince Edward County. This is the sort of low alcohol wine you can all day and night without tiring.
A Blanc de Noirs made from Spätburgunder (pinot noir) grapes, which migrate directly to the press in order to avoid a color extraction. This produces an expressive white wine with the mineral late-burgundy character.
This dry, medium-bodied and fruity white displays a complex and intense nose. Its lively acidity and broad texture precede a long finish. Fruity, fragrant nose with hints of ripe white fruit and flowers. Lively on the palate with a mineral accent on layers of white fruit and a fresh finish.
Meticulously handpicked 100% Chardonnay grapes, barrel fermented and then aged in new and used medium-toasted Burgundian barrels for 11-12 months. A full bodied wine with distinct minerality, big in the mouth with a creamy, crisp acidity and a long, memorable finish. 92 points Wine & Spirits
Deep red in colour. The appealing fruitiness of Gamay Noir and distinct spiciness of Zweigelt grapes is blended to yield this medium bodied red. Its boysenberry and blackcurrant flavors combine with a fine tannic finish and crisp acidity.
Sauvignon Blend (Colombard, Ugni Blanc, Chardonnay, Gros Manseng and Petit Manseng). Delicately coloured with green tints on the nose, this wine unveils a whole host of ripe fruit ranging from lemon zest, peach and grape fruit right through to pineapple. A perfect match for seafood.
The palate is bright and lively upon the entry and fills the mouth with flavors that correspond perfectly with aromatics and are layered with some delicate notes of baking spices, apricot and honeydew melon.
A ripe and expressive style, aromas and flavors of juicy black cherry and red currants carry through the palate with full body, finishing with a persistent, almost sweet fruit finish with hints of herbal, clove-filled oak notes.
Opens with bright aromas of lemon zest, dry fig, and fresh cut grass. Refreshing and bright, this wine offers fruit flavors of citrus and cantaloupe. Crisp acidity and a zesty finish make this wine a versatile food wine.
Released for Taylor’s 325th anniversary in 2017, this limited-edition release is a blend of tawny ports with an average age of 15 years. Presented in the shape of a bottle from 1692 – the oldest-known example of a sealed Taylor’s bottle found to date.
Dark red. Expressive nose with mineral notes recalling pencil lead, cherries, and black fruits. Well-structured, muscular, and mouth-filling with firm, natural tannins, and a long, fruity finish.
“…pronounced aromas ring true on the palate with bold flavors of juicy plum, baked fig and ripe blackberries. The wine is juicy and full-bodied with a rich texture and round, smooth tanins. Petite Sirah is a powerful varietal and ours is no exception.”
“… deep red with violet hues. Aromas of strawberries and red cherries intertwine with hints of clove and vanilla. Lush red berry flavor gives way to velvety tannins and a pleasant, persistent finish.”
“… purple red with deep violet tones. It has a bouquet of berry fruits, plum jam, coffee and tobacco notes. The wine is elegant and powerful on the palate with velvety tannins.”
Aromas of green apple and discreet notes of hay. On the palate round and refreshing, the mineral character through the Muschelkalk soil makes you want more
Aromas of mandarin peel, lime and lemongrass. Impressive mineral presence that is also tangible on he nose, a racy acidic structure and spicy accent that inspire. Terroir embossed wine with mineral presence complemented by razor-sharp acidity, depth and the elegance of the traditional wine of Franconia.