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Wine to the Wise: Garrigues 2011 Cotes Du Rhone

This is truly a treat and here is why. Did you know that 95% of all BC wine is purchased and consumed in BC. The same goes for almost all wine regions in the world – the best of the … Continue reading

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Wine To the Wise: Cusora Rosso

It seems that there is more and more white noise in the world today and the wine world has not been spared. I’m impressed how the iconic wine labels of Bordeaux, California and even BC have been able to capitalize … Continue reading

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WINE11: Domaine de Chaberton Valley Cab 2009

I am firm believer that us cork dorks and most winery agents are experts at speaking wine speak, however the vast majority of consumers that I deal with have no time or patience for wine speak. They simply want to … Continue reading

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BREW11: Fuller’s Vintage Ale 2013

I just got word that the Fuller’s 2013 Vintage Ale is soon be released in BC, however for those of you that want to see the difference a year makes, there are a few bottles of the 2012 version kicking … Continue reading

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TINY BUBBLES: JEAN DALBRAY CHAMPAGNE

The quality of the initial still wine, the selection of the yeast best suited to the style of a particular Champagne House, tiny bubbles and the persistence of the bubbles are what separates Champagne, both vintage and non-vintage from the … Continue reading

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Wine to the Wise Oct. 18, 2013: Punto Final Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon

Single Vineyard. It sounds impressive doesn’t it? It is supposed to convince you that the wine is worth a lot and that it is going to be a better choice than a similarly priced wine without a single vineyard designation. … Continue reading

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Wine to the Wise Oct. 16, 2013: Indesio Pinot Grigio

Me and a lot of cork dork colleagues of mine get together and lament about the explosion of Faux Grigio’s on the market. By Faux Grigio we are referring to the mass number of Pinot Grigio’s that have no business … Continue reading

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Wine to the Wise Oct. 15, 2013: Chateau Pilet 2010 (Bordeaux)

I’m by no means an expert on Bordeaux. In order to be considered an expert it seems that one needs to be able to recited far more facts and figures about Bordeaux and its wines than is required for any … Continue reading

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Wine to the Wise Oct. 13, 2013: Mission Hill Reserve Pinot Noir

  It’s no secret that there are hundreds of wine competitions around the world. Most of them only linger as a footnote on a the bottom of a sell sheet, but a few of them make wise wine consumers and … Continue reading

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Wine to the Wise Oct. 12, 2013: Jean Louis Blancs de Blancs

There is something inherently happy about sparkling wine. It dances upon the palate and tickles the nose, while also featuring flavours that are bright and full of sunshine. I have a feeling that if everyone had one glass of sparkling … Continue reading

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