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Robert Oatley Signature Series Chardonnay 2016 The Late Robert Oatley founded the winery that bears his name in 2006 in Australia’s Margaret River Region. To honor his memory his children created a series of Signature wines in his name. Currently … Continue reading
A miscellaneous selection of wines tasted over the past two weeks.
Mont Gravet Colombard 2017 The Colombard grape is one of the varieties they use in the Charentes and Gascony regions to distil into Cognac and Armagnac, but some growers in Gascony use it for table wine. Recently released in Vintages … Continue reading
Dachshund Pinot Grigio 2017 I’m not a great fan of Pinot Grigio, but here’s one on the LCBO’s general product list that surprised me: It comes from Germany’s Rheinhessen region: Dachshund Pinot Grigio 2017, produced by the Moselland company. Light … Continue reading
Monday, July 16th: Deborah drove me into Toronto and dropped me off with my fishing gear at Steve Cohen’s office. We had dinner at a Chinese restaurant in the north end of the city before an early night, as … Continue reading
Château Loumelat Cuvée JJ Lesgourges 2015 Today’s wine recommendation is a red Bordeaux from the Côte de Blaye region at a great price: Château Loumelat Cuvée JJ Lesgourges 2015. It costs $16.95 a bottle at Vintages outlets. Deep ruby in … Continue reading