Nicholas Pearce Wines has a new selection of top scoring products currently at the LCBO.

Rex Hill Pinot Noir Willamette Valley, Oregon. USA 2013  $46.95
VINTAGES#: 275735   |   750 mL bottle
If you want to talk about volcanic soils, Biodynamic farming, low intervention winemaking… then this will be a welcomed addition to both your dinner table or cellar.

90 Points Wine Spectator &
92 Points – Michael Godel

From winemaker Cheryl Francis, ripeness is a virtue for this Willamette Valley pinot noir, with strawberry and black raspberry up front. Tangy antedilluvian soil and river salinity are matters of charm and instruction, for a sense of place to be gathered and understood. There is very thoughtful winemaking happening here and it shows in the form of balance and poise. This will age gracefully and without haste…” Drink 2016-2023. Tasted October 2016.

Vigne Surrau Branu Vermentino di Gallura, Sardinia 2014   $21.95 
VINTAGES#: 455246   |   750 mL bottle
Ranked no. 67 on the 2015 Wine Enthusiast Top 100 Best Buy. Score – 90
Here’s a savory, medium-bodied white that delivers aromas and flavors of yellow flower, ripe yellow apple, juicy peach, lemon zest and flint. An almond note backs up the finish while modest acidity provides balance. (Kerin O’Keefe, Wine Enthusiast, Oct. 2015)

This is a well made, high quality vermentino from northern Sardinia, delicate and mildly salty with a fine mineral-herbal twang. There’s genuine flavour concentration and fine length. Classy. Tasted November 2016. Value Rating: **1/2 John Szabo MS – 

Deetlefs Chenin Blanc 2014, WO Breedkloof South Africa $16.95
VINTAGES#: 465443   |   750 mL bottle
Best Value: This was sourced from 27-year-old vines and 85% of the wine was aged on the lees for ten months. The resulting wine is rich and creamy with notes of dried flowers, butter, pear, wax, nectarine and vanilla, and a rich textured finish. A really nice example of South Africa’s signature white grape. Try this with salmon, or a turkey dinner with roasted vegetables. (VINTAGES panel, Nov. 2015) 
Sara D’Amato – Great value here, a rich chenin blanc with a blossoming mouthfeel. Well balanced with notes of pear and grapefruit along with pineapple and passion fruit. Great dimension here with notable but well-integrated oak treatment. Pretty mineral and floral notes add intrigue to the palate. widely appealing and all round enjoyable. Tasted November 2016.

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