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Suggestions of the week

You like to keep up with what’s new, but never really know what to buy? Join us right here every Thursday to find out which bottles our product experts pick out from the online new arrivals. Discover what they love, the fun bottles that stand out from many (many) tasted.

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  1. Mostly grown in Loire, the Grolleau grape variety is rather productive but when given the necessary attention, it is at the root of cuvées bursting with red fruits. Add to the equation the undeniable talent of the couple formed by Catherine and Pierre Breton, we can blindly set our sights on this bottle. It underwent a carbonic maceration of 15 days, while staying true to the philosophy associated with natural wines. Serve chilled with homemade pizza or a grilled chicken salad.
  2. This blend of Grenache and Cinsault is the work of former Montreal restaurateur Alain Rochard, co-owner of the Vignoble du Loup Blanc, known for wines with names that recall popular tales. A perfect match when the heat wave hits, this rosé offers great versatility at the table. Fruity and floral notes add to the pleasure of this fresh, light Languedoc wine. Serve it with a skewer of grilled shrimps or a Niçoise salad.

  3. Bringing together nearly 300 winegrowers, the Cave de Gan is a major player in the Pyrenean foothills. Hand-harvested, the Gros Manseng grape variety is expressed in this cuvée through candied lemon, peach, pear and honey. A beautiful aromatic and tasty white that will accompany a cheese fondue or Asian cuisine.
  4. A Chenin cuvée carefully harvested by hand. Aging for several months on lees was carried out before proceeding with the second fermentation, to then achieve maximum complexity with 36 months on slats. A fantastic bubbly, especially at this price! To be enjoyed with canapes or seafood pasta, or even salmon tartare.

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Top wines of the week to buy

Visit this page every week for suggestions on what to buy from the new products at the SAQ. Our product experts share the best white wines and good red wines to buy, and sometimes a few spirits, to impress your guests. These suggestions of the week always feature good value wines and finds; it's like a well-kept secret to get your hands on trendy and coveted wines.

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