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Team’s top picks Québec - Boul. Jean-Lesage

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  1. of Stéphane L.
    April 8, 2024
    (Automatically translated) Elegance, freshness, texture: this white burgundy spoils and surprises us at the same time. Notes of boxwood and citrus fruits are followed by aromas of lychee and ripe exotic fruits. The finish brings a roundness that the first acidic sensations did not announce... And it's even better that way!
  2. of Stéphane L.
    October 2, 2023
    (Automatically translated) To those who wonder if a Côtes-du-Rhône can make a good wine of thirst, this cuvée blows the answer – positive, of course – with a confounding gluttony. Behind the exuberant but satin black fruit, the spice manifests itself with finesse. It will be enjoyed served chilled, with tofu on the barbecue.
  3. of Stéphane L.
    September 19, 2023
    (Automatically translated) The brilliance of the fruit, the spontaneity and the festive character of this bottle make it one of the classics of the gourmet and digestible "beaujo" par excellence. The kind of spicy thirst red that should always be cool, easy to go out to work up an appetite or accompany vegan dishes!
  4. of Stéphane L.
    September 6, 2023
    (Automatically translated) With its delicacy to spare, this cuvée highlights everything we love about Fabien Jouves' Cahors: strawberry, blackberry and blackcurrant are explosive, topped with a hint of smoke. Added to this are freshness, precision and amplitude. In short: a red as gullible as expressive!
  5. of Stéphane L.
    September 4, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Finesse, precision, complexity: no doubt, this champagne is very elegant. The palate, rich in alcohol but of a delicate density, is both fleshy and crunchy, oscillating between apple, citrus and brioche bread. Magnificent demonstration of Louis Roederer style!
  6. of Stéphane L.
    August 28, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Classicism is good! This elegant crémant proves it, charming the nose with its floral aromas and yellow-fleshed fruits embellished with toasted notes. No wonder that the mouth is then delighted by the complexity and liveliness while finesse of the whole. Delicate, that's the word!
  7. of Stéphane L.
    August 28, 2023
    (Automatically translated) This "hyperthirsty" version of the Domaine de Majas surprises with its clarity. Freshness and drinkability are of course at the rendezvous, but the experience is not lacking in spice! To the aromas of flowers, strawberry and pepper (Cabernet Franc obliges), the palate responds with cherry, chalk, white pepper.
  8. of Stéphane L.
    August 19, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Pineau d'Aunis in sparkling wine, this is not trivial! We will inevitably fall under the spell of its flavors of raspberry, chalk and vanilla, all in lightness on the spice. Expressiveness and freshness go hand in hand here for these fine pink bubbles, perfect with a blueberry fauxmage cake.
  9. of Stéphane L.
    August 18, 2023
    (Automatically translated) It's hard not to salivate in front of this Jura coast with a strong character! On the nose, we are conquered by the aromas of barely ripe hazelnut. The latter are confirmed in a generous, oily but fresh mouth, with notes of butter and apple that has reached maturity, as well as an oxidative touch.
  10. of Stéphane L.
    August 18, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Everything that a morgon loaded with full silky and dripping black fruits promises, this one delivers it bluntly. Behind the freshness, the authenticity of the terroir asserts itself. The tannins are melted and leave us with an impression of simple refinement, but very real. And what's more, at a tasty price!
  11. of Stéphane L.
    August 18, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Really, what a surprising keel! Concentrated on black cherry and spice, its flavors express themselves freshly and smoothly. However, these "Three Fathers" do not forget their terroir of origin and know how to show generosity. An approved ventoux with seitan sausages on the BBQ.
  12. of Stéphane L.
    August 13, 2023
    (Automatically translated) A stone's throw from Quebec City, the pretty Vignoble L'Ange-Gardien makes us a tempting proposal: a tasty white where acidity and creaminess balance each other with freshness. The aromas are those of orchard fruits and citrus fruits, when the finish brings just the right amount of bitterness.
  13. of Stéphane L.
    August 4, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Classicism does not always mean severity or "strict". Full of the splendor of the province of Siena, this organic Tuscan announces its colors: black fruits, violets, liquorice and tannins asserted as much with flexibility as with distinction. In the finish, the touch of wood is revealed, delicate.
  14. of Stéphane L.
    July 30, 2023
    (Automatically translated) By tasting this 100% Grenache noir red from the limestone terroir of the Assignan plateau in the Occitanie region, we are surprised to spontaneously invent a rule of the three "Fs": fruit, freshness, finesse! Supporting the aromas of cherry and fig, the palate is luscious and just firm enough.
  15. of Stéphane L.
    July 30, 2023
    (Automatically translated) What eloquence that wine is! The aromas of black cherry, but also pomegranate and strawberry, are gently joined by animal notes. And if freshness and velvety remain the order of the day thanks to the frappato, the nero d'avola brings its share of tannins, here woven tightly, even melted.
  16. of Stéphane L.
    July 27, 2023
    (Automatically translated) With its so-called "muscatée" and floral flavors, this maceration white illustrates the aromatic and acidulous character of torrontés. Beyond fruits such as peach and lychee, notes of honey want to express themselves freely. In the end, this wine does not lack heat ... nor freshness!