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Lightly Spicy Wines
This Mediterranean red grape is especially popular in France and Spain as described by MyWineCanada, making medium-bodied, lightly spicy wines with pretty, cherry-flavored fruit. The best sites also add a distinctive, gravelly minerality to the fruit. Some old vine plantings of Mourvèdre remain in California and also in Australia, where it is generally featured in a blend with Shiraz and Grenache. The principal grape of Barolo, Barbaresco, and Gattinara (all made in the Piedmont region of Italy), Nebbiolo unquestionably belongs with the great red wines of the world, but has proven almost impossible to grow anywhere else. California versions, despite decades of effort, remain light, thin and generic. Pinot Noir is the grape that winemakers love to hate; it is the prettiest, sexiest, most demanding, and least predictable of all. The template for great Pinot Noir is Burgundy, but even there the grape is flighty, fragile, and prone to obstinately weedy flavors. It is a principal component of many Champagnes and other sparkling wines, but can also be ripened to produce wines of surprising density and even jammyness in California, New Zealand, and warm sites in Oregon.
My Wine Canada is really created on the knowledge that Canadian wine and its Wine of the Month Club is actually among the best in the world. They influence Canadian end user to procure nationally – many award-winning wines made in their own backyard. This site gives possibility in seedling the belief and flourishing it into an industry which can assist customers in obtaining the most famous wine from Canada in the market today. They are already bridging the gap between wineries and consumers in the country with two distinct objectives. One is to feature wineries with alternative and additional sales opportunities. And the other one is to present potential consumers with bigger access to their amazing domestic wines. Like most passion projects, this first started as an idea. But the little theory definitely is full-size because they desire to announce a real wine business in the market which they can be satisfied with. No doubt that the business continues to grow, giving their full efforts especially in providing wineries with additional sales opportunities and a greater access to all Canadian consumers.