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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. These six delicious and highly smashable reds will give you many food pairing and party options. Let’s start with a juicy Platinum award winner made by Volcanic Hills from Gamay Noir. The star grape of Beaujolais has settled in to B.C. like a natural. From the sultry island of Sardinia there is a soft, earthy/fruity red that I have been quaffing since my university days, and from Spain comes a wine with a compelling Canadian story. Nathalie Bonhomme hails from Montreal but made her mark in Spain with a series of wine hits that are now exported around the world. The bottle of strawberry scented Pelaverga ticks the discovery box this month, a rare Piedmontese grape that’s been revived recently. If you love rich reds, get ready for a GMS blend from Powell and Son in South Australia’s Barossa Valley with a fine pedigree. A braised shoulder of lamb will complement it perfectly. Finally March’s six-pack ends up in our own backyard with a serious Merlot that demonstrates excellence and transmits soil complexity. Plummy, minerally, and savoury, it shows the potential for B.C.’s most planted red grape.

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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. These six delicious and highly smashable reds will give you many food pairing and party options. Let’s start with a juicy Platinum award winner made by Volcanic Hills from Gamay Noir. The star grape of Beaujolais has settled in to B.C. like a natural. From the sultry island of Sardinia there is a soft, earthy/fruity red that I have been quaffing since my university days, and from Spain comes a wine with a compelling Canadian story. Nathalie Bonhomme hails from Montreal but made her mark in Spain with a series of wine hits that are now exported around the world. The bottle of strawberry scented Pelaverga ticks the discovery box this month, a rare Piedmontese grape that’s been revived recently. If you love rich reds, get ready for a GMS blend from Powell and Son in South Australia’s Barossa Valley with a fine pedigree. A braised shoulder of lamb will complement it perfectly. Finally March’s six-pack ends up in our own backyard with a serious Merlot that demonstrates excellence and transmits soil complexity. Plummy, minerally, and savoury, it shows the potential for B.C.’s most planted red grape.

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