Wine of the Week: Cave Spring Riesling

The only reason many families don’t own an zebra is that they have never been offered a dollar down on a zebra and 26 easy weekly payments. You can still earn your shopping stripes with this Wine of the Week, the spritely Cave Spring Riesling. Get to the LCBO before the rest of the herd. Cheers, Natalie Sale Ends: April 28, 2013 Sale Price: $13.95 | Save: $1.00 (Usually $14.95) Natalie’s Score: 89/100 Cave Spring Riesling V.Q.A. Ontario, Canada You simply won’t find a better price/quality ratio among white wines. Gorgeous aromas of vibrant peach, pear and dry apricot. Zippy […]

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Wine Wednesday’s Bargain Bottle: Jackson-Triggs Meritage

Anyone who believes the competitive spirit in Ontario is dead has never been in the LCBO on a Friday evening when the cashier opens another checkout line. This week’s reason to get to the liquor store early is the Jackson-Triggs Reserve Series Meritage, perfect for Easter lamb or a juicy steak, and on sale now until Monday. Sale Ends: April 1, 2013 Sale Price: $12.95 | Save: $1.00 (Usually $13.95) Natalie’s Score: 88/100 Jackson-Triggs Black Series Meritage VQA, Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario, Canada Robust with dark red and black fruit and toasty oak. Savoury and cedary. Superb for the price point. Pair […]

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Wine Wednesday’s Bargain Bottle: Apothic Red

As a thirsty Scot, I developed a nose for a bargain early in life. It’s not by chance that the sub-title of my second book, Unquenchable, was “A Tipsy Quest for the World’s Best Bargain Bottles.” That journey has continued on my site and mobile apps as I’m always looking for wines that taste twice as expensive as they cost. Many people have told me that they focus on my Best Value Wine Picks and would like those sent to them. You asked for it: you got it. The wine below was already one of my value picks, but it’s […]

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