Tag Archives: Merlot

The Marrenon Triplets

Sometimes some great value wines come along that completely blow me away. Without question, these little beauties certainly offered great flavour, quality, but most importantly value. Great little wines that are selling well, and liked so much, that these are … Continue reading

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Thirsty Thirty-Something Thursday #21 – Lost Inhibitions (Okanagan, BC)

This blog is being posted also on YEG Women in Wine as part of the Canada Day Series. And Speaking of Canada Day…that’s tomorrow and we celebrate Canada’s 149th birthday! It’s always a fun day no matter where you are … 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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Thirsty Thirty-Something Thursday #4 – France

Bordeaux under $40 you say?  Yes, it’s true, they do exist… If you get some of the stellar vintages, these wines can be magnificent. Today’s instalment is no different.  Chateau Brande-Bergere (a Bordeaux Superier) is located north of St. Emelion, … Continue reading

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Thirsty Thirty-Something Thursday #2- Chile

For those of you that know me, you might know by now that I’m a very “old world girl”. I love my European wines and it takes a lot for me to enjoy most new world wines. I don’t really … Continue reading

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