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Who says we have to cut back in January?! I’d much rather live by the words of Julia Child, who championed ‘moderation… but plenty of it.’ Exercise a little more, rest well, up your fruit and veggie intake, and get on with life. We have quite a lavish collection of wines for you this month, starting the new year on a plentiful note. The two white wines in January’s pack are opposites: one is an ethereal German Riesling with a whisper of fruit on the finish, and the other is a serious barrel-fermented food white from Portugal. Both are polarizing styles, and my goal in including them is to help you drink them in the right context. Oak and residual sugar always underscore the highly personal, subjective nature of taste. I’m so proud to spotlight a biodynamic red from Austria, made from the Zweigelt grape. Meinklang is a special estate committed to making natural wines, with absolutely nothing added or taken away. There are two reds that fit the bill of colossal value: one is an easy breezy Portugese blend, and the other a beloved Grenache-Syrah stalwart from the Midi. And let’s toast one of B.C.’s most focused wineries who have given us a fragrant, earthy, Naramata Pinot Noir. Plan to oven roast some salmon, or sear a duck breast for this local hero. Here’s to a prosperous January filled with good health and abundance.

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Who says we have to cut back in January?! I’d much rather live by the words of Julia Child, who championed ‘moderation… but plenty of it.’ Exercise a little more, rest well, up your fruit and veggie intake, and get on with life. We have quite a lavish collection of wines for you this month, starting the new year on a plentiful note. The two white wines in January’s pack are opposites: one is an ethereal German Riesling with a whisper of fruit on the finish, and the other is a serious barrel-fermented food white from Portugal. Both are polarizing styles, and my goal in including them is to help you drink them in the right context. Oak and residual sugar always underscore the highly personal, subjective nature of taste. I’m so proud to spotlight a biodynamic red from Austria, made from the Zweigelt grape. Meinklang is a special estate committed to making natural wines, with absolutely nothing added or taken away. There are two reds that fit the bill of colossal value: one is an easy breezy Portugese blend, and the other a beloved Grenache-Syrah stalwart from the Midi. And let’s toast one of B.C.’s most focused wineries who have given us a fragrant, earthy, Naramata Pinot Noir. Plan to oven roast some salmon, or sear a duck breast for this local hero. Here’s to a prosperous January filled with good health and abundance.

  • Naramata
  • France
  • Germany
  • Portugal
  • Austria

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