Spring Discovery Pack

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  • Shake off the winter blahs!

    Why we're drinking this
    To welcome the glorious spring days that make life in Canada such a joy and a privilege, we present herewith an outstanding line-up of wines to tickle your palate and deliver you into the great outdoors in requisite style. Wines for barbecuing, patio-crawling, kicking off the baseball season… or just lying on the grass.

    Creekside Estate Winery 2016 Cabernet Rosé: When you’re a red wine drinker but are craving something refreshing, here’s what you do: chill down a bottle of this and get to grilling. Creekside makes great Cab Sauv when they go full-bore “big”—and they tone it back nicely for this fresh little rosé. Though it’s not really so little. There’s still that bite that makes for a great food wine. Embrace the rosé! You won’t be able to resist anyway.

    Rockway Vineyards 2013 Small Lot Block 11-140 Cabernet Franc: With a philosophy rooted in the holy trinity of “golf, wine, dine,” Rockway Vineyards has the “wine” part down with this immensely drinkable bottle. The 2013 vintage threw some weather-based curve balls, but early fall delivered lovely warm days and cool nights, perfect for nurturing the grapes to their full potential.

    Malivoire 'Albert's Honour' 2014 Old Vines Foch: As one of Niagara’s veteran wineries, Malivoire helped set the bar for quality, sustainability and, well, pure joy. This Foch is a prime example of how a modern approach applied to a rather under-rated grape can really make it shine. If you’re looking for something unique—and delicious—try this.

    Tawse 2013 Pinot Noir: If you love Pinot Noir, you need this wine. Pinot Noir fans are passionate about how the grape expresses terroir—that elusive term referring to the qualities of the environment and location (aka, “somewhereness”) that make a wine unique. The Tawse winery is almost obsessively focused on terroir, and it shows in expressive and characterful wines. This Pinot Noir is seductive, elegant and brimming with verve. It will reward a year or two in cellar, but if you like wines fresh and lively, dive in right now.

    Good Earth Winery 2014 Betty's Blend: The Good Earth is a pretty winery that celebrates the joys of food and drink, from the kitchen and patio to the cooking school to the rows of vines just outside the door. Since 1998, they’ve been making delicious wines with no pretensions attached. That’s our kind of winery. Betty’s Blend is named for winery owner Nicolette Novak’s mom.(Her favourite song is your recommended music pick below.)

    Ravine Vineyard 2015 Sand & Gravel Cabernet Franc: We love the folks at Ravine. Great farmers, winemakers, food producers—with a long history in the Niagara-on-the-Lake region. The Sand & Gravel collection of wines are beautiful “everyday” bottles, easy on the wallet and so delicious. This Cab Franc is a textbook example: a lively tipple, perfectly ripe and fresh, with flavour and personality to spare.


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    Additional Purchasing Details

    *Offer only available in ON, AB, BC, MB, NS, NB, QC, SK. Shipping premiums may apply in some rural and remote areas.

    • By placing an order, you represent that you are at least 19 years of age.
    • Signature required upon delivery (government regulations).

    Anything we missed?