A very well done unoaked chardonnay from Ontario. The cooler climate allows for a touch of acidity which makes it nice and bright. Great to serve with rich or creamy dishes, I matched it with stroganoff. This wine screams summer patio!
I gave one of the less expensive rieslings a shot today and can say you really need to spend a few more bucks to get a proper bottle of this varietal (in Ontario anyways). I found this wine to be slightly unbalanced and overly tart with a finish that doesn’t make you reach for the glass. Would be ok ice cold on a hot day.
This non-vintage, multi-country merlot isn’t anything to write home about, although guests did enjoy it. It’s not something I would purchase again but I would drink it over a mass-produced light lager.
I had no idea this was going to be a sweet riesling but I enjoyed it for a glass and a half regardless. It was liked by non wine lovers as well. I would sip this on its own ice cold. Keeps pretty well for 2 days in the fridge.