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Team’s top picks La Malbaie

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  1. of Jean-François S.
    February 9, 2023
    (Automatically translated) This typical eau-de-vie surprises with aromas of complex alcohols whose sweet appearance, seems almost ghostly as it is subtle but present as much on the nose as in the mouth, With a nose slightly on the root, its taste is of a finesse comparable to the best grappas (equivalent spirit).
  2. of Jordan S.
    January 10, 2023
    (Automatically translated) Ramon Bilbao is a top quality red wine from Rioja in Spain. It is made from tempranillo, mazuelo and graciano grapes and then aged for 18 months in oak barrels. On the nose, it has aromas of ripe red fruits, vanilla and cocoa. A product to discover!
  3. of Louis B.
    November 22, 2022
    (Automatically translated) With a rich and very expressive aromatic profile, this Greek white calls for summer salads with a fruity and zesty touch. A great invitation to get off the beaten track and rediscover a country with magnificent wine potential. Health!
  4. of Louis B.
    November 22, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Very beautiful expression of the nebbiolo grape variety, this barbaresco allows us to appreciate all its qualities at a more than reasonable price. Aromas of kirsh, ripe fruit and spices. A structure supported by a beautiful freshness and tannins both abundant and silky. What a great discovery!
  5. of Louis B.
    August 23, 2022
    (Automatically translated) Ample and silky texture. Aromas of apple and ripe banana. Here is an exceptional vodka that perfectly represents the full potential of the Quebec terroir. Does producing alcohol from grain to bottle really make a difference? This spirit offers us an unequivocal answer.