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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. And into the kitchen too, as I’m hopeful that you’ll be inspired to cook up a storm and show off these wines at your dinner table. We start in our own backyard with a B.C. icon from Black Hills Estate. Now in its 18th vintage, Nota Bene has fans around the world who admire its finesse, elegance, and distinct Okanagan character. This edition from the incendiary 2015 season blends the Cabernets and Merlot, with a little more time in barrel than before, to help contain the extravagant fruit. Despite the hot summer, September’s cooler days have ensured a firm backbone of acidity for refreshment and food pairing. Contrast Nota Bene with one of Chile’s best reds, a Cabernet Sauvignon that offers an extraordinary terroir expression. Clos des Fous is a partnership of brilliant and iconoclast Chilean and French wine minds, led by geologist and terroir hunter Pedro Parra. The four ‘crazy guys’ have a cult following by those in search of authentic wines. Finally a profound red from Australia’s Barossa Valley. Spanning three centuries of life, 820 Grenache vines have given their perfumed and plummy fruit for a wine that really just needs your largest glass and a quiet reverential moment – or a glistening crown roast of pork. Happy New Year from the entire New District team.

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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. And into the kitchen too, as I’m hopeful that you’ll be inspired to cook up a storm and show off these wines at your dinner table. We start in our own backyard with a B.C. icon from Black Hills Estate. Now in its 18th vintage, Nota Bene has fans around the world who admire its finesse, elegance, and distinct Okanagan character. This edition from the incendiary 2015 season blends the Cabernets and Merlot, with a little more time in barrel than before, to help contain the extravagant fruit. Despite the hot summer, September’s cooler days have ensured a firm backbone of acidity for refreshment and food pairing. Contrast Nota Bene with one of Chile’s best reds, a Cabernet Sauvignon that offers an extraordinary terroir expression. Clos des Fous is a partnership of brilliant and iconoclast Chilean and French wine minds, led by geologist and terroir hunter Pedro Parra. The four ‘crazy guys’ have a cult following by those in search of authentic wines. Finally a profound red from Australia’s Barossa Valley. Spanning three centuries of life, 820 Grenache vines have given their perfumed and plummy fruit for a wine that really just needs your largest glass and a quiet reverential moment – or a glistening crown roast of pork. Happy New Year from the entire New District team.

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