Vintage Trade

905 634-2325 400 Swinburne Road
Burlington, L7N 3K5
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Vintage Trade Mission: To provide well researched boutique wine that offers value, winemaking excellence, and exceptional vineyard quality and management. Vintage Trade is also dedicated to enriching your wine experience through tutored tastings, travel tips and experience, and educational guides such as Tony Aspler's Pocket Wine Companion. – Description from markomkc

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  • Symington is an iconic name in wine. For over four generations the Symington name has been synonymous with high quality port. If the name is unfamiliar their port houses are certainly not; Graham’s, Cockburn, Dow, and Warre are among the best producers in the world. After spending week with the Symington’s I came away with a few observations: Fi... Read More

    From the article Drink Port for Warmth this Winter


  • Have you noticed that wherever you are in the world, the Christmas lunch menu is set in stone? In England smoked salmon followed by a traditional turkey roast and Christmas pudding has produced broad smiles around the festive table for decades … I’m a big fan but the part that I don’t really get is when the same wines are rolled out year on year... Read More

    From the article Have a Grand Cru Christmas!


  • Bordeaux is an established paragon of quality, but there’s more to it than producing gorgeous wines. The region has defined trends. It evolves to accommodate shifting tastes while remaining true to its core values. Suffice it to say, with a unique combination of history, esteemed quality, and value, Bordeaux is uniquely positioned to capture nex... Read More

    From the article Bordeaux for Next Gen Wine Drinkers


  • The future of New Zealand wine is strong – both through local sales and, increasingly, export. International trade in wine remains highly competitive, market and margin-driven, and is always subject to the kindness or wrath of currencies trading - as well as Mother Nature’s influence on the raw product. The climate change effects now noticeable ... Read More

    From the article The Future of New Zealand Wine


  • Hello,I am a writer working on a historical piece, and wondered if anyone had any ideas about what fine wines and champagnes Londoners would have been drinking in the late 1930s. Surprisingly hard to find!Thanks,Alan Read More

    Forum post in the topic Historical Wine Question


  • Just a few short weeks before Bordeaux En Primeur 2016, I found myself back in Bordeaux to re-taste the 2015 vintage. Bordeaux’s 2015 vintage is proving to be quite fascinating. Some are shouting from the rafters that it is the best vintage since 2010, and even possibly 2005, while whispers of trepidation persist in dark corners. Furthermore, th... Read More

    From the article Vintage Update: Bordeaux 2015


  • Does anyone have any recommendations for a 1987 red wine that is drinkable todayMy oldest son is 30 this year and it appears that 1987 was not a great vintage anywhere Read More

    Forum post in the topic Need Help


  • I am hoping to get some input on what Aussie wine the Snooth Community is seeing on the shelves [either retail or restaurants] in your local areas.US wine in Australia is still very much limited to the bigger wine companies egArgyle Pinot NoirStags LeapBerringerEtudeOccasionly the big guns from Napa will appear on the Auction Sites.I am always h... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Aussie Wine in the US


  • As millennials come of age and begin exploring wine as a passion and a pastime, they are causing a tectonic shift in the wine business. The fundamentals of the business have been tacitly accepted by wine drinkers for decades -- the same varietals and regions have been favored vintage after vintage. Traditionally preferred grapes and regions are ... Read More

    From the article Millennial Wine Consumers in The United States


  • A friend of mine’s wife gets really annoyed if I recommend wines over $15 (£10), not to mention my mates in the pub, so I’m expecting a lot of flack when they read this article! Why? The Champagne us Snoothers are about to chat about is $400 (£300). In case you’re wondering, that’s $400 a bottle, not a case! The wine? Moet et Chandon’s Dom Perig... Read More

    From the article More Champagne Beats January Blues


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