So we’re out for a meal at the AGO in Toronto and the waiter suggests a Niagara Pinot, all in for under $50. In a restaurant. A joke? It sounded like a joke. I nearly did a spit take. Anything but however. Who knew Niagara could be so uncompromising?
This is small batch Pinot made with the utmost care. It’s baffling in its deliciousness, delicate berries with a gorgeous spring blossom perfume, the hintiest hint of oak, deftly crafted, food friendly to within an inch of its life. To which I could go on about Bachelder, after the rabbit hole of Google led me down some serious biographical detail, but to see the limited production not spread past the Canadian Shield left us chill. Too bad; this is g as in gorgeous, as in gobsmacked.
Price: Less than $50 with the restaurant markup.
Market Liquidity: Wow wow.