Tag: Pascal Marchand

Ontario v. Burgundy

The Ontario v. Burgundy Deabte: be it resolved that Ontario is capable of producing Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs that approach or surpass the quality of the classic appellations of Burgundy.

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Marchand Tawse Tasting Notes

The newly launched Marchand-Tawse wines are elegant and classic, made from grapes coming from some of the best vineyards of the Cote d’Or. With a Canadian fingerprint all over them, they certainly bring high quality and Burgundian classicism. They are pure and balanced, some are drinking now, yet many possess a patience-worthy aging potential.

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Jamie Drummond on Food and Wine #67 Pascal Marchand

Last week at Le Salon des Vins in Quebec City we were delighted to see the familiar face of international Winemaker Pascal Marchand. After tasting through a range of his wines we managed to convince the charming fellow to join us for a quick interview where Pascal spoke about his recent winemaking adventures around the world. Bonjour Pascal, Ça Va?

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