Cellier New Arrivals - February 19, 2014 | New products
Bodega Paco & Lola is working hard to promote the wines of Galicia, a fresh and humid region located in northwest Spain, with cuvées made in a modern and balanced style.
Patrice Breton fell in love with wine at age 19, and immediately dreamt of making it. His dream came true, first with Vice Versa, and now, Apriori, where he aims to produce elegant, balanced wines.
Once more Greece is acclaimed for this outstanding white wine made from old Assyrtiko vines. Established in 1903, this Satorini domain is now part of the country’s wine elite. Mineral, salty and fruity, this cuvée is great for happy hour and can even stay for dinner!
Although Quebecers may know him more for his involvementwith Cryomalus ice ciders, Patricio Brongo chose another path after love led him to Rioja and the Moraza family.
Founded in 1978, San Patrignano is a refuge for people affected by drug addiction. Wine-growing and winemaking are part of the training programs offered by this rehabilitation centre.
Previously vice-president at Technologies Interactives Mediagrif in Montreal, Patrice Breton found himself a second professional life by launching his own wine business in Napa Valley in 2003.
From the rosé-dominated world of Provence wines comes this powerful yet charming red from the Bronzo family. It’s worth being patient with this typical Bandol, as it shows great cellaring potential.
Well-known and appreciated by local wine lovers, Nathalie Bonhomme is spoiling us with this exclusive cuvée for Quebec, made from 120-year-old vinesand aged in fine French oak.
Owned by a total of 12 wine aficionados (including Champlain Charest), the property also benefits from the expertise of Tomas Bachelder. Every production process was carefully studied to yield great wines.
The second wine of Château Bellegrave bordering the Saint-Julien appellation, a recently revived and modernized estate, is now shining brighter than ever among the Médoc’s stars.
Cantemerle has quite the history! The Château, a producerof classic wines, was part of the Médoc River fortifications in the Middle Ages and, at the time, paid its taxes in wine barrels.
Château Ladouys gained its “Lilian” in 1989, in honourof the then-owner’s wife. Purchased by the Lorenzettis in 2008, the Château has focused on its best terroirs since then.
Located next to prestigious neighbours – Lafite and Cos d’Estournel – Lafon-Rochet is seen as a solid reference in its appellation. The secondwine offers superb cellaring potential.
This Château was bought in the 18th century by the family of Count Hippolyte de Maurès de Malartic, a French admiral who fought in Quebec in 1759 and whose name was given to the city of Malartic.