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Township 7 Reserve 7 2018 Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon/Cabernet Franc. Deep ruby-purple in colour; cedary, savoury, black fruits on the nose with a light floral note; medium-bodied, dry, earthy, black plum and dark chocolate flavours. (90)
Friday, May 14th: I participated in a Zoom tasting of Empress 1908, a gin inspired by the Empress Hotel on Vancouver Island, famous for its afternoon teas. Now, I am not a gin drinker and usually not fond of this … Continue reading
Abellio Albariño 2019 (Rias Baixas) Bright, pale straw in colour; minerally, spicy apricot pit nose with citrus notes; medium-bodied, dry, peach and lemon flavours with a hint of lychee; elegant with fresh acidity, (90) La Caña Albariño 2020 (Rias Baixas) … Continue reading
Monday, April 26th: A wine tasting webinar presented by George Brown College, led by Canadian Master Sommelier Pier-Alexis Soulière, featuring four Spanish white wines.
Saturday, April 24th: Participated in a webinar tasting put on by Painted Rock Estate Winery’s owner John Skinner and Académie du Vin. Painted Rock (25 acres) is located picturesquely above Skaha Lake in the Okanagan. I was sent four small … Continue reading