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Cipes has a masterful touch with sparkling wines I'm a big fan of their super-mature Ariel, as well as the complex Blanc de Noirs and this nicely dry sparkler will appeal to a broad audience. It weaves three of the Okanagan's best white grapes-typically, 65 percent riesling, 25 per cent chardonnay, and the balance is pinot planc-and is aged for well over a year to encourage a delicate toastiness that adds weight and interest to its fresh, citrus-driven flavours.
Frisky bubbles are perfect for the holiday season, and this brut's crisp acidity will slice through the richness of a charcuterie platter or cheese straws. Or just give it a good chill and sip it solo in a slim flute. An atypically cooler vintage saw rain replace recent drought in Spain's wine lands, giving extra freshness and vitality to this knockout deal.
A nose perfumed with tobacco flower starts the charge of dark plummy fruit, pungent herbs, and subtle spice.
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There's a smoky, meaty note as well, and a slightly bitter, feral finish that will link nicely to food. Our Wine Awards judges were wowed by the value here, and there could not be a more perfect red for a party crowd, a gift exchange, a present for the teacher or dog walker, etc.
Are you ready for another year of diverse international wines? The goal of our judging panel is always the same: to find quality, diversity and—best of all—value. Value can come at any price point, but we understand that consumers especially seek guidance when spending more for a bottle. That said, this year's winners range in price from 10 bucks to 80, and each one is an example of stunning value.
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Enjoy exploring them at your leisure until it's time for us to do it all again next year. Louis Latour Bourgogne Gamay Let's start with the Best of Show winner. Our Wine Awards are organized into 10 style categories, aligned with how we wine lovers think about and choose wine. It also allows for easy, intuitive food pairing. The one wine that our judges deemed to be above the other category winners was this utterly delicious gamay from Burgundy, which is also the winner of the Light Red category.
From a new appellation a fancy term for a named geographic region with specific laws about how wine is made called Bourgogne Gamay, it presents an interesting blend of top-quality cru gamay blended with up to 15 percent pinot noir. This blend of Burgundy's two red grapes is not new, but this appellation ensures a high-quality wine, and Louis Latour a name we know and trust from Burgundy has made a beauty. Aged in a little French oak, it's on the light-bodied side; pretty aromas of red berries and savoury spice usher in a juicy palate, with cherry flavours, bright acidity, a featherweight polish of oak, and a mineral-tinged finish.
Tastes like a good cru Beaujolais, but you'll certainly recognize the dignity that pinot noir adds to frisky gamay. It's gorgeous with a mound of grilled sausages or a cheese board at a holiday family gathering, but it easily satisfies on its own as you sit by the fire and wrap gifts.
Samantha Syrah Cerqueira Vineyard Bespoke wine is extra special when one of our very own local stars chose the fruit, the style, and the final blend, then put her name and sporty image on the label. She won the honours of this magazine's Sommelier of the Year in , and has more than a few snowboard and bike race golds as well. Rahn is also the fourth Sommelier of the Year to present signature wine through Okanagan Crush Pad's Wine Campus program proceeds benefit the BC Hospitality Foundation , working with veteran winemaker Michael Bartier to produce a complex, multilayered red that expresses her love of Okanagan syrah.
Sourced from the stellar Cerqueira Vineyard on the Lower Black Sage Bench, it boasts brambly berry fruit, cracked black pepper, and earthiness combined with the "juicy minerality" that is the defining characteristic of the best B. It's seriously delicious now but will repay several years in the cellar. Gloriously adaptable with winter braises, summer barbecues, or an after-dinner cheese plate.
Today Nov. Under French law, the wine is released at a. By the way, most French wine regions release young wines, but the Beaujolais have absolutely aced the marketing of these cherry-hued youngsters. Christophe Pacalet Beaujolais-Villages In a way, this wine is the antithesis of Beaujolais Nouveau: it's a supreme terroir expression, but it possesses the same unadorned, pure red fruit that marks the young wines we celebrate every November. Christophe Pacelet is the nephew of the late, great Marcel Lapierre, and he farms his fruit and makes his wine in the same natural manner.
The result is a delicate, raspberry-scented light red, alive with red-fruit flavours, bracing acidity, mild tannins and a forceful, stony finish. Humming with life and arrestingly feral, try it with grilled saucisson, braised rabbit with Dijon, or simple charcuterie.
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This week's cold snap gives us a great excuse to drink one of the great white-wine styles for winter: chardonnay with a glorious caress of oak. Although this most noble of white grapes has been abused by heavy-handed wood treatment much too often, it deserves another look. White burgundy and magnificent new-world chardy-like this Mondavi Napa edition-set the standard.
An icon among wine icons, the late Robert Mondavi not only resurrected California's wine industry in the s; he helped to put oaked chardonnay on the map. Top fruit from both Napa's valley floor and Carneros the Napa side of Los Carneros AVA is popped into fine French oak casks for fermentation and "sur lie" aging, with a small amount fermented in stainless-steel tanks to keep a streak of vibrant, bright fruit that counters the creamy, rich taste and texture.
This wine's power, finesse, and impeccably integrated oak pair well with roasted-sunchoke risotto, pancetta-wrapped pork roast, or baked sablefish. This weekend marks the launch of Cornucopia, Whistler's glittering annual food and drink festival, boasting 11 days of mountaintop dining, imbibing, and learning. Vancouver's wine pros are always in attendance—this year I'm hosting seminars about natural wine so excited about this tasting, which tackles what the "natural" designation is all about , beer, "WOW wines" premium bottles for very special occasions , and wines from South Africa and Argentina.
And yes, tickets are still available for most sessions, from whistlercornucopia. Come see me there! Cornucopia's cozy setting and non-stop conviviality define the spirit of the festival, and those bubbly feelings have inspired this week's pick. Yellowglen Vintage Perle Let's be clear: this wine—a top pick in the Sparkling category of our tenth annual Wine Awards—is tricky to find.
Yellowglen is a sparkling-only house in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, where vineyards nest at just under metres of elevation, ensuring elegant, balanced fruit from cool growing conditions. Founded over 40 years ago with the goal of creating Oz's best bubbly, Yellowglen's vintage Perle is indeed an aristocratic wine. Made from champagne grapes pinot noir, chardonnay, pinot meunier and aged for three years just like vintage Champagne , it's toasty, complex, and sophisticated. If you can't find this winner, try the soft, fruity, full-of-joy Yellowglen Pink a previous winner , which is widely available on the shelves of BC Liquor Stores.
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Now that most of the grapes have been harvested in our wine regions Ontario too , estates turn their attention and hopes to icewine. Sip while you hand out the treats, or make a rustic local apple crostini for a well-paired dessert. The judging for Vancouver magazine's 11th Annual Wine Awards is in full stride: 17 judges are evaluating more than wines at this very moment, looking for plus bottles you'll want to start tasting now or saving for the perfect moment.
This charming, aromatic Fraser Valley white embodies what our judges try to find each year: well-made and interesting gems from all over the world that broaden one's vinous horizons while delivering terrific value.
enfantdeterresainte.com/includes Look for the results from our competition at Vanmag. Chaberton Estate Winery Reserve Siegerrebe Siegerrebe is a compelling German grape cross of savagnin and madeleine angevine that is valued for its early budding and ripening. The palate of this Chaberton wine, grown in Langley, is confidently fruity, with luscious apple, peach, and honey flavours, all nicely sharpened by crisp acidity.
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An off-dry B. Give it a good chill and enjoy with Thai coconut curry. Visiting from his Ottawa restaurant, Navarra, chef Rene Rodriquez winner of Top Chef Canada season four was in our city this week, and together he and I drank some of this remarkable, refined cava. Seriously structured, dry as a bone, and full of yeasty complexity, you should try it this weekend in a pine-mushroom risotto yes, cook with it and enjoy the earthy alchemy that results.
Here are some winning wines that will make you look good at Thanksgiving dinner. Don't worry—the meal needn't be a pairing feast. Turkey is the simple part; its light flavour matches white, pink, and red with ease. It's hard for one wine to do it all, so I suggest a few different ones that will complement Thanksgiving's fanfare of tastes.
Place them on the table and let family and friends try several combinations. I haven't included vintages here. Whichever ones you find will work beautifully. Mission Hill Perpetua. Lapierre Morgon.
Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Quartage. Innocent Bystander Moscato. This weekend you might actually, you should! It's usually a good idea to have a dry run with a new dish, as the happy chaos of a family gathering isn't an ideal time to be tackling unfamiliar techniques or ingredients. Finding something new to build upon your family's beloved traditional dishes can be a highly pleasurable pursuit in the kitchen.
How about a crown roast of pork, cheesy baked kale, or pumpkin spice ice cream? Enjoying a glass of sherry-in particular, my pick below-while you investigate cookbooks, magazines or the internet is a fitting start to holiday planning. Give it the slightest of chills, pour into a small wine glass, swirl, and inhale the scents of one of the world's most admired and imitated wines. Complex and delicious, Oloroso sherry is an historic fortified wine style that's appreciated around the world.
Wines from the white palomino grape are fortified, blended, and aged dynamically in large old casks, where they develop complex dimensions. The Nutty Solera smells of apricot, almond, and raisins; its fruitcake flavours finish with a touch of sweetness to counter the classic salty, savoury tang. Australian cabernet sauvignon delivers so much pleasure: pure blackcurrant fruit, a minty lift, and smoooooth tannins, which separate it from Gallic versions in a recognizable way.
Australia is the theme region of the Vancouver Wine Festival February March 1, , and this glorious cab from the delightfully named region of Coonawarra is a fine way to tune up your palate.
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