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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 resident experts pick out from the online new arrivals. Discover what they love, the fun bottles that stand out from many (many) tasted.

P.S.: Feel free to give us your own review of these products. You can now leave comments online.

Who are these experts? Julie and Éric are our esteemed uber-curious colleagues, graduates of the biz, who teach courses and are responsible for tastings of all products we promote. The ones who dish out the pairing ideas, create the taste tags you love and provide the beautiful stories behind our products. And much more. #dreamjob

  1. "A sensational Rioja made from 90% Tempranillo, 5% Graciano and 5% Grenache, the 2010 Reserva was aged 30 months in French oak. A classic, traditional Rioja, it exhibits notes of lead pencil shavings, unsmoked cigar tobacco, black cherries, blackcurrants and subtle oak in the background. This dense ruby/plum/purple-colored 2010 is medium-bodied, elegant and pure with a lovely texture and lushness. Already revealing secondary nuances as well as considerable appeal, it should drink well for 4-5 years, possibly longer."
    - www.robertparker.com

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      Robert M. Parker Jr (Wine Advocate ou www.erobertparker.com)
  1. Le Petit Pas is made from Grenache and Carignan, produced using carbonic maceration (a technique mostly used in Beaujolais) to obtain a tender wine with exuberant fruit. The result is quite convincing. This is a supple and fresh red revealing accents of violet, red fruits, spices and sandalwood. Just the thing to pair with Portuguese chicken or a European hot-dog.
  1. Loïc Roure is more than up to the task on his small estate of roughly 10 hectares. Working with rototillers, caterpillars or simple picks, he does everything possible to get a healthy raw material from his parcels of Grenache, Carignan and Syrah. The result is a finely chiselled wine. Its 12-month aging in barrels of several uses paves the way to a superb fruit. Behind its silky tannic structure, spicy and floral notes complete a very attractive set.

  2. Created in 2004, Henri Le Roy’s Domaine de L'Aigle à Deux têtes produces wines expressing their birthplace terroir with elegance. Located west of the Switzerland border and Leman Lake, and just east of Burgundy, the property’s small parcels yield a red that is both easy-drinking and complex. Serve it slightly chilled with some charcuteries or simply on its own; it will have you salivating with pleasure.

Restaurant: Foiegwa
Illustator: Marc Tremblay
Photographer: Alison Slattery, Two Food Photographers