Maison Olivier Tricon Montmains Chablis 1er Cru 2014
Burgundy, France Maison Olivier Tricon
A light and crisp chardonnay with tones of apple and pear, this wine was made from grapes grown only on southeast- and southwest-facing slopes. It's both refined and slightly acidic, and is the perfect fine to bring elegance and sophistication to your holiday meal.
LCBO #557694, $40.95 Release date: December 8, 2018
Gordon Estate Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Washington, USA Gordon Brothers Cellars
This medium-bodied, fruity wine was aged 20 months in French and American oak. A bold cabernet sauvignon, it was awarded a double gold medal at the 2018 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition.
LCBO #950295, $29.95 Release date: November 10, 2018
San Vincenti Chianti Classico 2015
Tuscany, Italy Tenuta San Vincenti
A medium to fully body wine, this Chianti Classico has notes of blackberry and blueberry, silky tannins, and a fresh finish. It's perfect to drink now or hold for later.
Received 93 points from James Suckling.
LCBO #399907, $18.95 Release date: October 13, 2018
Tarón Reserva 2008
Rioja, Spain Bodegas Taron
A great wine to drink now or through 2021, this medium-bodied blend has notes of sweet fruit and an elegant finish.
Received 88 points from the Decanter panel.
LCBO #246728, $22.95 Release date: October 13, 2018
Dijon Chardonnay 2015
Oregon Carabella Vineyard
Grown in the volcanic soil of Oregon, this beautiful chardonnay has aromas of citrus and white peach, finishing with just a hint of oak. It's a great match for seafood.
LBCO #180133, $27.95 Release date: September 29, 2018
Rogue Valley Pinot Noir 2015
Rogue Valley, Oregon Foris Vineyards
With red and dark berry aromas and hints of candied lavender and allspice, this medium-bodied wine is both spicy and sexy. It offers flavours of black raspberry and spice cake, along with a hint of acidity. Best to drink 2018-2022.
Received 90 points from Josh Raynolds of vinous.com.
LCBO #937128, $23.95 Release date: September 29, 2018
Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2017
New Zealand Auntsfield Estate
A vibrant sauvignon blanc with notes of gooseberry, apple, rockmelon, and passionfruit. It has a smooth texture and a tangy but pleasant finish. Enjoy until 2020.
A blend of Grenache Noir and Syrah, this wine was harvested by hand from a 10-acre site in the Rhône region of France. With red berry and pepper tones, it has great structure and complexity and is the perfect accompaniment for burgers or a semi-fancy roast dinner.
"Pretty hue with orangy-brown tints. Fine, mature nose intermixing jammy red fruits and dried fruits with humus and undergrowth. The palate shows a seductively refined, light mouthfeel, fullness, and savoury persistency. Fresh, ethereal, and elegant. Lovely."
Received 92 points from Gilbert Gaillard.
LCBO #550020, $58.00 Release date: March 5, 2018 (online only)
Sassocheto Brunello di Montalcino DOCG 2011
Tuscany Il Grappolo Fortius
"Powerful wine with rusty, salty, and savoury compounds to accent cherry, tobacco, and meaty aromas. On the palate, zippy acidity rises above complex, developed characters, good fruit, and firm tannins. Not overworked on the finish."
Received 92 points from Decanter World Wine Awards.
LCBO #452151, $58.00 Release date: March 5, 2018 (online only)
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