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Top 9 Toronto Wines of 2014
0904/2014

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Masi 2008 Costasera Amarone
$40 | Venetia | 92 points
A classic host gift full of freshness and poise, with a perfume that’s quite different from the usually thick and raisiny amarone. Expect lovely mulberry fruit, spice and marzipan flavours. It’s full-bodied, dense and warm, with terrific tautness.

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Rouge D’Enfer 2003

Price: $57.33

Purple color, full nose with scents of wild berries. A beautiful harmony between its complex  structure and its tannins taste.

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Osoyoos Larose 2008

Price: $46.00

Here’s an iconic and substantial B.C. red, based on merlot and cabernet sauvignon, blended with other native Bordeaux varieties. It has a ripe, complex nose of well-integrated chocolate, fig, berry and leather.

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Heida Maitre de Chais

Price: $45.41

This wine has wonderful aromas of citrus and mango together with spicy notes. It is a powerful wine, yet its lively acidity gives it a clean, lingering finish.

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Alouette Pinot Noir Sonoma County

Price: $33.30

Phenomenal value and stunning complexity shine in this Sonoma charmer. This balanced recipe includes rich red fruit, baking spices, firm acidity and pleasant minerality.

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Petite Arvine

Price: $51.33

This wine is very vigorous and complex, fragrant, fruity and refreshing with a long aftertaste. It has an intense aroma of wisteria flowers and citrus fruit and the maturity of the grape adds value to its distinct character and delicate structure.

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Cloudy Bay 2011 Sauvignon Blanc

Price: $30.00

While past years have missed the mark, this vintage is excellent, featuring a ripe nose with complex guava, lime and fresh ginger. It’s vibrant, yet delicate, with a fine sense of balance, juiciness and excellent length.

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Humagne Blanche

Price: $57.33

This wine is renowned for its invigorating. It is a delicate wine with aromas of white blossoms and exotic fruit notes of honey and resin. It is highly acidic which gives the wine a nice crispness.

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Castle Giocondo

Price: $50.00

Brunello is the kingpin of Tuscan reds, and this long-barrel-aged vintage is hitting prime time. It’s medium-bodied and deep with nicely integrated sweet chestnut purée, dried berry, leather and anise flavours.

Top 9 Toronto Wines of 2014 author
Sean Duncombe
Owner of swisswineimports.com
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