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March is the month when we want to believe Spring is finally here. The average March temperature for southern B.C. is 5°C (not very balmy!), so we will require good wine to warm us from within, and give us a sense that new life is just around the corner. Tawse is one of Ontario’s most prestigious wineries, and I’ve chosen their Laundry Vineyard Cabernet Franc to wake up your tastebuds. Replete with dark cherry fruit and savoury graphite, it’s a top notch cool-climate expression of Cabernet Franc, worlds apart from B.C.’s riper versions. From the wilds of the Sonoma coast, Littorai Pinot Noir channels Burgundy like few other new world versions. No doubt the fact that winemaker Ted Lemon immersed himself in Burgundy long ago has much to do with this wine’s ethereal elegance and astonishing correctness. Biodynamically farmed and made with an intuitive touch, pour it into a Burgundy glass, swirl, inhale deeply, and repeat often. You’ll also want an oversized glass for the huge Brunello in our March pack. Il Poggione’s Brunello di Montalcino is one of the stars of the powerful 2012 vintage. Hot and dry with a Sirocco wind episode that stressed the vines, this venerable estate picked at just the right time in 2012, creating a Brunello packed with dense fruit, and framed with muscular tannins. It demands a special dinner, and at least an hour in decanter.

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March is the month when we want to believe Spring is finally here. The average March temperature for southern B.C. is 5°C (not very balmy!), so we will require good wine to warm us from within, and give us a sense that new life is just around the corner. Tawse is one of Ontario’s most prestigious wineries, and I’ve chosen their Laundry Vineyard Cabernet Franc to wake up your tastebuds. Replete with dark cherry fruit and savoury graphite, it’s a top notch cool-climate expression of Cabernet Franc, worlds apart from B.C.’s riper versions. From the wilds of the Sonoma coast, Littorai Pinot Noir channels Burgundy like few other new world versions. No doubt the fact that winemaker Ted Lemon immersed himself in Burgundy long ago has much to do with this wine’s ethereal elegance and astonishing correctness. Biodynamically farmed and made with an intuitive touch, pour it into a Burgundy glass, swirl, inhale deeply, and repeat often. You’ll also want an oversized glass for the huge Brunello in our March pack. Il Poggione’s Brunello di Montalcino is one of the stars of the powerful 2012 vintage. Hot and dry with a Sirocco wind episode that stressed the vines, this venerable estate picked at just the right time in 2012, creating a Brunello packed with dense fruit, and framed with muscular tannins. It demands a special dinner, and at least an hour in decanter.

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