Tag Archives: Wine Wednesday

Wine Wednesday: Ladybug Rosé

Malivoire Ladybug Rosé Niagara’s Malivoire Wine Company produces a number of excellent wines. The whites I’ve tried have been good, but are a little richer and more suited for cooler weather. But their “Ladybug” Rosé is perfect for one of those hot Winnipeg summer evenings. It’s a very Canadian blend of Cabernet Franc, Gamay and […]

Wine: Ciao Sangiovese

Every Wednesday, wine editor Alec Stuart shares a few tasting notes. This week it’s Ciao Sangiovese. You won’t see a lot of TetraPak wines on store shelves here. Nor will you see a lot of 1-litre Sangiovese retailing for just over $12 (actually $12.11 at your local MLCC). The Ciao Sangiovese (from the coastal plains of […]

Wine: Beaujolais Blanc

Every Wednesday, wine editor Alec Stuart shares a few tasting notes. This week it’s Henry Fessy Beaujolais Blanc. Most people associate Beaujolais with red wine, specifically light and easy-drinking red wine. That’s not surprising, considering that the vast majority of the Beaujolais we see on this side of the ocean is light and easy-drinking red wine. […]

Wine: Signorello ‘Seta’

This amazing white is the perfect pairing for this year’s Christmas turkey. Signorello Vineyards ‘Seta’ (2009 vintage – USA): Let me start by saying that I rarely pay above $30 for a white wine unless it’s a good Riesling, an aged Semillon or a nice white Burgundy. Outside of those narrow confines, it’s got to be […]

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