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8 Rios Cabernet Sauvignon

$8.99
The 8 Rios is a classic Central Valley Cabernet Sauvignon with ripe red fruit aromas, and soft and generous tannins. It has good balance and nice body.

Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

$57.99
“A layered and rich red with plenty of dried orange peel and plum character. So tight and focused. Full body, ultra-fine tannins and a beautiful finish. Drink now or hold.” 95 Points, James Suckling (October 2017)

Bardolino

$17.99
“Aromas of ground black pepper and wild berry lead the way. The juicy delicious palate mirrors the nose, doling out succulent Marasca cherry, crushed raspberry and cinnamon. Easygoing and balanced, it boasts supple tannins and fresh acidity.” 92 Points, Wine Enthusiast (December 2017)

Collage

$25.25
A carefully crafted blend of Cab. Franc, Merlot, Cab. Sauv. and Malbec. Intense fruit and savoury notes combining black currant, liqueur cherry, mixed berries and red plum with vanilla, dried fig, paprika, leather, game and orange zest with chalky mineral notes on the finish. Pair with grilled dry aged striploin with lobster mushrooms or mixed vegetable stew.

Gamay

$25.25
Complex aromas of violets, berry, almond and licorice. The palate is elegant, crisp and juicy and full of blackberry, cherry, raspberry, mineral and spice flavours that linger on the lively, long and silky finish. BC Wine Awards Silver. Vancouver Sun’s Top 25 BC Summer Wines. Anthony Gismondi’s BC Weekly Pick.

Il Molino di Grace Chianti Classico Gran Selezione

$59.99
“Lots of ripe fruit with chocolate and walnut undertones. Full body, velvety tannins and a flavorful finish. Structured and powerful. Drink or hold.” 94 Points, James Suckling (August 2016)

Oops Carmenere

$13.99
Deep ruby in colour with a good structure and silky texture. Sensual flavours of black and red fruit mingle with intense spicy notes. Soft tannis with an elegant finish, it pairs well with heavier meat, pasta and cheese.