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Ivory & Burt Old Vine Zinfandel 2019 (Lodi, $19.95, Vintages #4793031, to be released Jan. 7th) Deep ruby in colour; earthy, leathery, blackberry nose; full-bodied, dry, richly extracted, meaty but well-balanced and well-integrated oak, with a minty note on the … Continue reading
Monday, April 25th: A tasting of Ontario wines at the renovated Park Hyatt Hotel in Toronto. Fifty selected wines in the press room with 200 in the main ballroom. It was quite like pre-COVID times! An air of celebration in … Continue reading
My office, according to my wife, is a mess. There are papers everywhere and I confess that one pile concealed notes I have written on wines kindly sent to me by Rosehall Run in Prince Edward County – wines I … Continue reading
It’s my 800th diary entry. I think I’ll celebrate by tasting some wine. First, a set from Huff Estate, in Prince Edward County, Ontario.
Malivoire’s winemaker Shiraz Mottiar in Niagara traded a tonne of Pinot Noir with Dan Sullivan of Rosehall Run in Prince Edward County. I’m looking forward to tasting Dan’s wine from Niagara fruit. Here’s what Shiraz made of the Rosehall Pinot: