We drink at least a case of Blue Mountain every year. It’s very good value, if not valuable, and generally a crowd pleaser, gentle reds and lively whites. The 2013 Pinot, well that sort of put us off their PN, and we reduced our intake the last few years, but the 2016, the entry level base market 2016, is just plain tasty; comfortably round, soft, berry flavour accented by a hint of sharp pepper and some cedar vanilla. Too bad BM can’t seem to shake the cork for screw tops. But kudos for free delivery to Vancouver.
Is it a $30 wine? Well it sells out almost overnight, whether that’s fans or scalpers is anyone’s guess. I’d never shell out $60 in a restaurant, but at home it’s a welcome addition to any basic cellar.
Price: $30 from the vineyard.
Market Liquidity: If not for the cork, a corker.