Vintage Wines

416-922-3950 500 Avenue Road
Suite 105, CA Toronto
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  • I wonder if anyone can take a guess at the value (or lack of) for these two bottles.  They were salvaged from a cellar where they've lain undisturbed for the past 80 years or so.  There were several other bottles of various wines and spirits, unfortunately, some sort of insects had consumed most of the labels and even a good portion of the corks... Read More

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  • I have tried white port, but like you am less than enthusiast about them unless they are really good.  Not something I would just buy.  For me Quinta Noval, Dow, Taylor-Fladgate are mainstays with the occasional vintage bottle thrown in.  I do like portos. Read More

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  • BTW....STEPHEN HARVEY is referring to the wine-growing village on the COTE des BLANCS CHAMPAGNE ROUTE, called LE MESNIL-sur-OGER.There, 100% of the CHARDONNAY vines produce superb Grand Cru Champagnes.Shown above is, LE MESNIL.  That one is non-vintage. Read More

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  • I mentioned several days ago how much of a fan of good Burgundy chards I am. I'm also all that for good French SBs, whether from the Loire or the Graves. With all the other options out there, and many people wanting to talk about new finds, old standards tend to get ignored and even dissed with new drinkers not even being aware of what they offe... Read More

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  • Wowzer,Just tasted my first Viognier and what a delight. I purchased one that was extremely economical but one with respectability in it's ratings. I didn't want to go overboard on my first venture with a newbie.This one averaged 3 and a half out of 5 here at Snooth. I'm sure it's well known, it's called McManis Family Vineyards out of Ripon Cal... Read More

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  • RCKR--I'll have to look into Tensly as well. Tonight we had another Textbook Cabernet but this is our first from the 2014 vintage. For a $20-$26 dollar bottle it is very good. Blackcherry, a bit of leather and plum, some oak, but well balanced, medium body and finish. Continues to be a good QPR. Glad I picked up half a case.  Read More

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  • "The Leonetti Sangiovese is probably more of a novelty item Jack. It's going to be completely different than the Italian versions"This is true although the Leonetti version is good on its own.Sangiovese is another grape that deserves wider expression. We're willing to drink Merlot or Pinot Noir from many countries but sniff at Nebbiolo or Sangio... Read More

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  • The debate around ideal time to drink wine is interesting and the views are certainly very diverse.I would make the following observationsIf you have multiple bottles don't leave too long to try one - if they are past it you can't bring them back~90 % of wines made today are made to be consumed immediately post purchaseof the rest probably less ... Read More

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  • Clarendon Hills make awesome wines but they are in the Napa CS price range, however Blewitt Springs is a nice little spot just at the Northern [sort off] end of McLaren Vale and his Grenache is excellent, 2006 was unusual, weather conditions suggested an excellent vintage but for some reason there was many pockets of dissappointment to go with s... Read More

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