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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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Julie and Éric

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  1. For Julien Guillot, grapes are the vector of a precise terroir. This is why he practices organic and biodynamic cultivation, in addition to letting the fruits express themselves in their purest expression. Recognized for his exceptional work with natural wine, let yourself be seduced by this amazing Gamay cuvée. A wine with crunchy fruitiness and a defined mineral frame that will shine with a tasty platter of local charcuteries. 

  2. Less restrictive than Barolo and Barbaresco, the Langhe appellation gives access to the softer, more accessible face of Nebbiolo. With just under a third aged in barrels, this Piedmontese red reveals accents of cherry and dried flowers, while adding hints of liquorice and minerality. This is the type of wine to place in the fridge for around thirty minutes before serving with grilled tuna or prosciutto pizza.

  3. This Tuscan family estate no longer needs any presentation; Antinori hits the nail on the head once again with this cuvée. Coming from Umbria, a neighboring region, this Chardonnay can easily fool us to believe that a Burgundian white is in the glass. Enjoy with a seafood casserole, poultry or a grilled salmon steak.

  4. This premium cuvée from the Paco & Lola winery, which introduced us to the albarino grape variety via its famous 'polka dot' bottle, is absolutely delicious. Made from a selection of old vines, the wine is also aged on fine lees for six months to give it extra volume, texture and charm. Enjoy it with your favourite fish and seafood!

  5. For the famous Wine Advocate, Vinos Valtuille produces year after year one of the best fresh and unoaked Mencías. Supple, easy drinking yet not devoid of character, this red gives the impression of a cross between Cabernet Franc and Syrah. Dip it for ten minutes in iced water and serve it with a roast beef panini or sausages on the BBQ.

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      Robert M. Parker Jr (Wine Advocate)

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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.

If you like these wines, make sure to check out the complete Cellier collection. And to build more knowledge on wines and spirits, The spirit of knowing blog is a must.