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Six producers from the Montefalco region came to town to show off their wares ahead of my trip to the region later in the month (see link at bottom to see the trip). Montefalco comes to T.O. with their Sagrantino and Rosso wines, plus a few surprises. The Wines and Wineries ... Fattoria Col Santo 2010 Rosso (left) pretty raspberry and cherry nose with a palate of cocoa-raspberry ...
The annual California Wine Fair, held at the Royal York in Toronto, featured some 113 wineries and considering that each winery brings 4-5 wines with them you get a lot of California fermented grape juice in one room. There is no way to taste them all so you pick and chose based on your interests or any assignment you have coming up.
Can't believe we're in the 8th year of this must-attend event. Since the very first back in 2007 the reputation of this event has grown and now it is something many look forward to each and every year (myself included). I have missed only one "646" event (and it was the downpour year of 2009 - if there was one to miss ...).
Churchill's never seems to bring out their big guns, it's an assortment of general list and a few vintages products ... call it a tasting for the masses. But it's still interesting to taste the newest vintages of some old favourites, new to market labels and some facelifts on well worn products ... These were the highlights of the Churchill tasting: Alpine Valley 2013 Sauvignon Blanc ($14.
As a wine writer and wine lover, I attend a variety of events and get to try a number of wines from all over the world. Here I review the wine related events I attended and the things that thrilled me about them. More wine related articles by me can be found at www.ontariowinereview.com