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Welcome to May’s Premium Reds! I had fun compiling three highly diverse wines for your enjoyment, from France, Chile and Italy. Let’s start with an archetypal claret from one of Bordeaux’s best Left Bank appellations, Pauillac. Domaines Barons de Rothschild Légende Pauillac offers a lot of wine for its very reasonable price. It drinks like a classic, showing a little of the gravatas of its cousin, Chateau Lafite. Made by the Lafite-Rothschild family, Légende is made from the younger vines for early enjoyment with a nice beefy dinner. You’ll want to amp up the spice for a killer blend from one of my all time favourite producers, Clos des Fous from Chile. 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 gentle giant from one of the best Barbaresco producers I know. Pelissero’s Tulin 2011 - which by the way is one of the greatest vintages in recent memory - is a profound expression of the Nebbiolo grape and the single vineyard’s fine soils. It’s a traditional modernist in style, which ensures clean, glorious wine, with classic architecture and authenticity. Not a hot tub sipper, you will want to head to Cioffi’s on Hastings Street for some thick veal chops.

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Welcome to May’s Premium Reds! I had fun compiling three highly diverse wines for your enjoyment, from France, Chile and Italy. Let’s start with an archetypal claret from one of Bordeaux’s best Left Bank appellations, Pauillac. Domaines Barons de Rothschild Légende Pauillac offers a lot of wine for its very reasonable price. It drinks like a classic, showing a little of the gravatas of its cousin, Chateau Lafite. Made by the Lafite-Rothschild family, Légende is made from the younger vines for early enjoyment with a nice beefy dinner. You’ll want to amp up the spice for a killer blend from one of my all time favourite producers, Clos des Fous from Chile. 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 gentle giant from one of the best Barbaresco producers I know. Pelissero’s Tulin 2011 - which by the way is one of the greatest vintages in recent memory - is a profound expression of the Nebbiolo grape and the single vineyard’s fine soils. It’s a traditional modernist in style, which ensures clean, glorious wine, with classic architecture and authenticity. Not a hot tub sipper, you will want to head to Cioffi’s on Hastings Street for some thick veal chops.

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