Tag Archives: Carmenere

Not Just Another Malbec

We all know that Argentinian Malbec has been, and still is in some respect, all the rage and trending on every restaurant list in town. When it’s actually a grape you can pronounce, it makes one look fairly intelligent when … Continue reading

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I’m Feeling Chile

I’ve gained a new appreciation for Chilean wine.  It’s distinct (at least for Cabernets and Carmeneres), it’s flavourful, and getting better and better quality wise. Last week, I attended a luncheon tasting of 8 Montes wines. The “big” guys were … Continue reading

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Tales from the Canadian Okanagan – Black Hills Winery

After starting at a very well-known Canadian winery, and then moving onto a very busy second winery, I had convinced myself that at that point, I was going small.  These were commercial, impersonal, with too many people and not enough … Continue reading

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