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Drank this bottle tonight with dinner... This is the first wine I've tried from this, apparently famous, Rhone-producer/consultant.  It's a 2012 vintage and extremely delicious (CAD$18). Bought this one today for CAD$19... I believe I've drank it before at my parents but can't quite remember.
LCBO Vintages had a sale of various Robert Mondavi Cab Sauv bottles. They had 1994 Napa Valley up for $73CAD... Unfortunately I missed out on this offering and am not happy about it! Will have to be quicker next time.
Bottle of Blanche de Chambly
Northern Harvest! What did you think?
The Botanist is produced by Bruichladdich (I think) and comes from approximately the same area as Hendrick's.
I picked this bottle up the other day... I really don't drink enough Beaujolais but I shall correct this in the summer! Looking forward to experiencing more of this stuff.  
I actually only tried this for the first time a couple weeks ago. Thought it was decent... nothing show-stopping, but a good everyday whisky.In contrast, I am a huge fan of the 15 yr Laimrig... The aroma is incredible. Just picked up a bottle of the Glenrothes Select Reserve; been meaning to try it for a while. It's one of the least expensive scotch whisky's in the LCBO, so looking at it from more of a daily drinking perspective. What experiences have people had with...
Just picked up these; both were under $19 at the LCBO. I've had this vintage of Mouiex before and I quite enjoy it (great daily drinker). Haven't tried the Ch. Brehat before.  
Picked up these four recently from the LCBO...   x1 2010 Cascina Dardi Bussia Barolo (a gift for a friend I'm visiting this weekend)   x1 2012 Xavier 100% Cotes du Rhone (40% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 15% Mouvedre, etc.) I've never tried the CdP from this producer, but I know they are one of the most respected in CdP, so I'm excited to try this entry-level bottling. I've included a link below to a wine of their's I find interesting: a non-vintage CdP, which by the...
Drank a 2008 Chimney Rock Stag's Leap District Cab Sauv & 2007 Argentina Malbec (forget the producer) on Saturday. Both were delicious. 
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