Cabernet Franc (“Cab-err-nay fronk”) is medium-bodied red wine whose origins likely lie in the Basque country of France. The wine is loved for its savory, bell pepper-like flavors, medium-high acidity and mouthwatering taste. It is an ideal food pairing wine. We only secure a small amount and they are yours first-come-first served. We have priced … Continue reading Cabernet Franc – 2018 Limited Release Wine
Every year we feature 4 extraordinary wines available the beginning of the year. Comparable wines at the LCBO would retail for over $30 per bottle… We only secure a small amount and they are yours first-come-first served. We have priced them to sell at $120.90 tax in to craft 28 bottles if you use promo … Continue reading Your 2018 Limited Release Limited Supply Winemaking
Soave Soave (“swah-vay”) is an Italian white wine made of Gargenega (“gar-GAN-nehgah”) grapes grown around the medieval village of Soave in Northern Italy. Soave wine is known for its melon-and-orange-zest flavors as well as its ability to improve with age. As good as Soave has become in recent years, the region is still very undervalued. … Continue reading Soave – 2018 Limited Release Wine
Montepulciano (“mon-ta-pull-channo”) is a medium-bodied red wine grape that is supposed to have originated in central Italy. Montepulciano wines are commonly confused with Vino Nobile de Montepulciano, a regional name for the Sangiovese-based wine in Tuscany Montepulciano is one of the most popular red grapes in Italy and has had a reputation for a juicy “pizza-friendly” red wines. … Continue reading Montepulciano – 2018 Limited Release Wine
Valpolicella is a zone of the province of Verona, Italy, east of Lake Garda. The red wine known as Valpolicella is typically made from three grape varieties: Corvina Veronese, Rondinella, and Molinara. Winemaking in the region has existed since at least the time of the ancient Greeks. The name “Valpolicella” appeared in charters of the mid-12th century, combining two valleys previously thought of … Continue reading Valpolicella – 2018 Limited Release Wine
LIMITED RELEASE LIMITED SUPPLY! Every year we feature an extraordinary wine in January, February, March and April. Comparable wines at the LCBO would retail for over $30 per bottle… We only secure a small amount and they are yours first-come-first served. Here is a breakdown of what is in store for our limited release program … Continue reading Your 2017 Limited Release Limited Supply Winemaking
OLD VINES ZINFANDEL. RESERVE NOW! It seems like only yesterday I was strolling through the sun-soaked vineyards of Napa Valley, admiring the sun setting over the California landscape with a glass of Old Vines Red Zinfandel held delicately between two fingers. I stopped to admire the 90 year old vines that stood gnarled, thick and … Continue reading Old Vines Zinfandel. 2017 Limited Release Limited Supply Wine.
Veneto Pinot Grigio. RESERVE NOW! As the weather starts to warm up, many of us will naturally trade in our reds for some fresh whites and there’s no better pairing for warmer weather than a Pinot Grigio. This light, refreshing wine was born in Italy and is incredibly food-friendly. Classically paired with fish, chicken, and … Continue reading April – Veneto Style Pinot Grigio. 2017 Limited Release Limited Supply Wine.
Based on: CHÂTEAU LAFITE, 1787 — $156,450 Per Bottle 1787 is ancient, especially considering this Bordeaux was sold in 1985. Even the best Bordeaux only lasts about 50 years. So 200 years? Why the hefty price tag? Well, this particular bottle had the initial Th.J. etched into it. That’s right, Jefferson was a hard-core oenophile. … Continue reading 1787 Bordeaux January 2015 Limited Release
RESERVE NOW Based On: Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon 1992 – $500, 000 Per Bottle Screaming Eagle Cabernet is actually the most expensive wine in the world. During a charity wine auction in the year 2000, this wine got the highest bid. It actually has a price tag of $500, 000. This was once a vintage bottle that … Continue reading Shrieking Beagle February 2014 Limited Release