• Velvet Devil Merlot (Washington)
  • $50.13
The 2016 vintage started early and warm in Washington State. When summer arrived, the season saw cooler evenings that helped retain acidity, extending the growing and ripening period into September and October. This allowed the fruit to gain more complexity and deeper charm without sacrificing the a...
  • Tom Gore Cabernet Sauvignon (California)
  • $48.96
This wine is full of dark, concentrated black fruit flavors complemented by a rich mouthfeel, balanced acidity, supple tannins, and long finish.
  • Marcus James Malbec (Argentina)
  • $31.41
Abundant sunshine and the right amount of rainfall ensure that the grapes used for Marcus James Malbec would reach their full potential. Deep red in color with subtle tannins, plum-like flavor with notes of anise. This wine has a soft, lush structure that ages well.
  • Inskillen Pinot Noir (Ontario)
  • $25.80
The 2017 Estate Series Pinot Noir boasts a lively balance of acidity and juicy fruit notes of dark cherry, raspberry and plum. The exciting palate is supported by firm, round tannins and a dark fruit and baking spice finish.
  • Cliff 79 Shiraz-Cabernet (Australia)
  • $28.74
The wine is fruit forward on the entry with a rich, round mouth feel and fine, supple tannins leading to a long finish.
  • Jackson-Triggs Cab Cab (Niagara VQA)
  • $23.97
This wine showcases good intensity with bold fruit characteristics of ripe plum and strawberry with notes of smoke, blueberry jam, and baking spice. Smooth tannins and a round mid-palate with flavours mirroring the nose and a lingering, chocolatey finish.