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Welcome to May’s Premium Mixed selections! I had fun compiling three highly diverse wines for your enjoyment, from Italy, California, and Chile. Let’s start with a food-inviting, toasty, complex, serious sparkling wine from Lombardy in Italy. It’s a well kept secret, but sophisticated traditional method bubbles from Franciacorta delight those who are lucky enough to discover them. Bellavista is a premium house, and their La Scala 2011 will suit an oyster tower or prosciutto platter. You’ll want to amp up the spice for a killer blend from one of my all time favourite producers, Clos des Fous. A talented group of four egg-heads, their goal is to make exceptional wines in Chile from old vines grown in fine terroir. Tocao introduces us to a Malbec vineyard planted in 1914, with a little ancient Carignan added to stiffen up the tannic frame. It is at once concentrated and ethereal, and changes wonderfully in the glass like great wine does. The third wine is a an extroverted Merlot blend from the Prisoner Wine Company, who made headlines last year when they were bought for $285 million USD. A well-loved and ultra successful brand, Prisoner wines captured the hearts and palates of a generation with fruit-forward wines and very cool packaging. And the wines are legitimately good - always rich and mouth-filling, with top-notch provenance. You will want to head to Cioffi’s on Hastings Street for some thick dry aged steaks for this one.

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Welcome to May’s Premium Mixed selections! I had fun compiling three highly diverse wines for your enjoyment, from Italy, California, and Chile. Let’s start with a food-inviting, toasty, complex, serious sparkling wine from Lombardy in Italy. It’s a well kept secret, but sophisticated traditional method bubbles from Franciacorta delight those who are lucky enough to discover them. Bellavista is a premium house, and their La Scala 2011 will suit an oyster tower or prosciutto platter. You’ll want to amp up the spice for a killer blend from one of my all time favourite producers, Clos des Fous. A talented group of four egg-heads, their goal is to make exceptional wines in Chile from old vines grown in fine terroir. Tocao introduces us to a Malbec vineyard planted in 1914, with a little ancient Carignan added to stiffen up the tannic frame. It is at once concentrated and ethereal, and changes wonderfully in the glass like great wine does. The third wine is a an extroverted Merlot blend from the Prisoner Wine Company, who made headlines last year when they were bought for $285 million USD. A well-loved and ultra successful brand, Prisoner wines captured the hearts and palates of a generation with fruit-forward wines and very cool packaging. And the wines are legitimately good - always rich and mouth-filling, with top-notch provenance. You will want to head to Cioffi’s on Hastings Street for some thick dry aged steaks for this one.

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