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Wine Of The Week – Southbrook Connect Red 2008

January 14, 2012 1:33 pm - Posted by Jody in Drink

Southbrook ConnectVQA Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

PRESS:

89+/90 Points, Gord Stimmell

89+/90 Points, Gord Stimmell
This new red is dapper, with black cherry, blackberry and an intriguing nose of graphite; the flavours show black plums, cedar, black cherry and a finish of refined cassis. A wonderful Ontario value red.

www.thestar.com Sept 14th 2011

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Wine Of The Week – Southbrook Connect White 2010

October 5, 2011 9:50 am - Posted by Jody in Drink

Each week I like to choose a new wine to introduce to our fans. These wines vary by region, by varietal and even by price. I don’t think cost and value are necessarily related. So I like to focus on wines I have experienced on my travels and I think our fans will enjoy trying. salut!

Southbrook BottleVQA Niagara, Ontario

89 Points, Gord Stimmell

I love it when I find a wine that’s so low in alcohol yet so packed with flavour! It means you can enjoy it over an evening without falling asleep on the sofa at 7pm. This wine is liquid refreshment: light floral notes, white peach and melon. It’s slightly off-dry (a touch of sweetness) which makes it perfect for dishes with a little sweetness or spice, such as glazed ham or light to medium curries and Asian fare. The bonus is that this wine is organic. Food matches: seafood, salad, pork.

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Wine Of The Week – Southbrook Triomphe Cabernet Franc 2008

July 12, 2011 12:51 pm - Posted by Jody in Drink

Each week I like to choose a new wine to introduce to our fans. These wines vary by region, by varietal and even by price. I don’t think cost and value are necessarily related. So I like to focus on wines I have experienced on my travels and I think our fans will enjoy trying. salut!

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

CERTIFIED ORGANIC AND BIODYNAMIC

TASTING NOTE:

Medium ruby in the glass with aromas of earth, mixed berries, spice cupboard and a slight tobacco note. The palate is dry, balanced and interesting with a bright acidity, velvety tannins and lots of red and black fruit. The medium-long finish adds a lovely spicy accent. Age this for 1-2 years or enjoy it tonight with gourmet burgers, sausages, or pheasant.

(VINTAGES panel, March 2011)

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