’14 LA Frenz Reserve Chardonnay 

Lately I've been having some difficulty reconciling the price of Canadian wine versus, say, Spain or Chile. Or Argentina. Or even villages-class France. We make some great stuff, no doubt, but it is often overpriced because of antiquated cross-border transport rules. However there are some exceptions where price is irrelevant and quality shines through. This... Continue Reading →

’14 Glen Carlou Chardonnay

Glen Carlou is a South African winery I cannot recommend enough. They have the value "Classic" line as well as the "Gravel Quarry" top shelf offering. Both are exceptional for what they are intended for. Here we go with the Chardonnay from the "Classic" selection. The nose is toasty stonefruit - stone/tropical fruit being what... Continue Reading →

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