I do hope every one has a Happy, Healthy, and prosperous 209. Enjoy the good times with your family and friends.
The Holiday season is a peak time for buying, drinking and enjoying the wines of Canada. In our home visitors often drop by invited or unvited ( thats okay too) bringing with them bottles of Wine. Many for some reason ( what website!) bring Canadian wines. Bless them.
Even when we have a little party and invite friend over despite the number of empty bottles at the end of the evening we often end up with more wine than we started with. This is of course is a good thing and allows me the opportunity to taste different wines through out the holiday season. So, as we enjoy the fruits of the holiday season I shell inform you of the wines we have had the pleasure of tasting.
Quails Gate 2oo6 Old Vines Foch Reserve: Bless the guest that brought this wine. Fantastic five star.
Calona Wines Artist Series 2006 Merlot: Not bad a little too dry for my for my taste. My wife liked it more than I did
13th Road Old Vines Chenin Blanc 2007: Bless the friend who came with this delicious wine. I was sorry when the
wine was gone
13th Road Merlot 2006: Ah! a fine wine, look for this one! My wife drank most of it :} 10 out 10 she says
Angels Gate Winery
2007 Gewürztraminer. Hmmmm good! fresh, delicious, good with the Pork Roast
2006 Estate Select Merlot. Impressive
intense aromas of vanilla, blackberries, fruitcake and chocolate.
Westham Island Black Current, Not my favourite fruit wine. I passed on a second glass.
Coyote's Run Estate Pinot Blanc, Fruity smooth, most enjoyable
Jackson Triggs 2006 Chardonnay, Good but just misses that certain something that makes it memorable
Reif Estates Vidal Ice Wine 2007, Five star a fantastic wine too bad we only had one bottle
Inniskillin Reserve Chardonnay 2006, Oh how disappointing.
Henry of Pelham 2007 Riesling Reserve, A most enjoyable wine five stars
Pinot Gris 2007 a big fruity taste maybe too complex but good real good
2007 Pinot Gris give it 5 stars sensational flavour
Carmela Estates 2006 Cabernet Franc, a very smooth wine worth buying a bottle or two
Rief Estate Vidal Ice wine Amazing taste a golden treasure the new years eve star
More Bob's View
1. Labels 2. Wine Language 3. Cawston BC 4. Paying for etiquette 5. Nova Scotia 6. Walnut Wine
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