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Team’s top picks Québec - Rue St-Jean

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  1. of Stéphane L.
    March 16, 2023
    (Automatically translated) As a skeptic of Cabernet Sauvignon, I am confused! The balance with Grenache allows a beautiful deployment of aromas of blackberry, blackcurrant and cedar, enhanced by a sprig of pepper by the grace of Syrah. Tannic, yes, but juicy! With spicy vegan sausages, it will be perfect.
  2. of Sara Jeanne D.
    March 6, 2023
    (Automatically translated) This magnificent Sauvignon Blanc will delight your taste buds with aromas of green apples as well as tropical and vanilla notes all in freshness. The balance between fruit and acidity is stunning. The smoky side expresses itself lightly and elegantly completes the structure of this white wine.
  3. of Stéphane L.
    March 2, 2023
    (Automatically translated) This beautiful keel 100% mondeuse (grape variety flagship of Savoie) organic and natural, evokes on the nose a silky sweetness in addition to small black fruits. On the palate, we are on black cherry, chocolate, spices. An ultra guleyant wine that will perfectly accompany fauxmage and vegan dishes.
  4. of Stéphane L.
    February 25, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Here is a grape variety to discover for a lively wine, let's say even sharp, with aromas of lemon and green apple. Texture and a beautiful minerality complete the pleasure of tasting it, as an aperitif as with, for example, a platter of fauxmage or a vegan fondue based on cashew nuts. Tasty!
  5. of Stéphane L.
    February 24, 2023
    (Automatically translated) As soon as it is served, its vegetal character charms the nose. More spicy than Cabernet Franc from the Loire, this generous red from Uruguay (a country that does not only have well-structured tannat to offer, the proof!) lets burst aromas of red fruits, boxwood, green pepper. To drink with veggie dishes.
  6. of Stéphane L.
    February 24, 2023
    (Automatically translated) This Riesling from Elgin District is amazing! On the nose, the dominant aromas are those of lemon, with in addition this hydrocarbon side that we love so much in rieslings, and then saline and mineral notes. And in the mouth? The same flavors continue! With fried tofu, the pairing will be perfect.
  7. of Stéphane L.
    February 21, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Do you want generosity in it! Fruity, but also floral, vegetal and spicy on the nose, this Pinot Noir from the Western Cape keeps its promises in the mouth. We find, in addition to black berries and pink pepper, a little smoky taste that conquers us for good. Perfect for a vegan BBQ!
  8. of Stéphane L.
    February 15, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Blind, I would have thought I would taste a Chardonnay from the Côte-d'Or in Burgundy! We are dealing here with a well-balanced and refined white, with rich, complex flavors: stone fruits, vanilla, white flowers, subtle wood. A keel that will confuse skeptics of New World wines!
  9. of Stéphane L.
    February 14, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Oh! How light, tasty and so fresh! Floral, fruity (small red and black fruits) and even a mineral touch with a touch of violet and liquorice. This 100% grignolino nature can be enjoyed as a thirst wine as well as with spicy and vegan southern dishes. A delight!
  10. of Stéphane L.
    February 7, 2023
    (Automatically translated) This beautiful Chardonnay from southern Burgundy combines freshness and roundness, liveliness and texture. A hint of smoke even creeps in on the finish, which adds character to this natural Mâcon-Villages. This is a good accompaniment to vegan dishes!
  11. of Stéphane L.
    February 7, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Forget the cahors of yesteryear, framed like no two! Here, we are in the pure fruit (notes of red and black fruits), and freshness. It is juicy, but light, airy, digestible. Delicacy with finesse, which will go very well, for example, with tomato vegan dishes.
  12. of Stéphane L.
    February 7, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Finally a cream for vegans! Made with soy and coconut milks, Aléa combines the silky and gourmet character that cream drink lovers appreciate, while proving to be digestible and light. The taste is reminiscent of crème brûlée with roasted notes of coffee and mocha.
  13. of Stéphane L.
    January 31, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Radiance, red fruits, minerality, freshness. It's juicy, airy, gullible and it slams the palate! Organic, natural, digestible and floral Cabernet Franc just right, ideal for aperitifs, essential for veggie stir-fries and, of course, spicy or tomato vegan cuisine.
  14. of Stéphane L.
    January 31, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Here is a wine that has style without overdoing it. In the mouth, it is a smooth explosion of black fruit with a hint of spices. Afterwards, we also love it for its digestible and refreshing character. Finesse, nothing but finesse... all in simplicity!