Category: Muscat

  • Seppelt Rutherglen DP 59 Rare Tokay

    The last time we wrote about the Beringer Knights Valley Cab Sauv it was 2011!  Since then I guess two things have happened.  The wine is still astonishingly good garnering up some reviews of much substance and BC Liquor still sells it at a huge markup.  But for a recent dinner of braised short ribs […]

  • Summer Gate Moscato Frizzante, 2017

    Well, umm, it’s fizzy. Yeah, it’s that.   Supposedly dry, I’d give it a one.   Appetizer friendly.  That’s a plus.  And, well, not much more to add.  If you’ve got $30 burning a hole in your pocket, and you need something neutral and novel, OK.  But gosh the province is awash in better options […]

  • Jorge Ordonez Botani Moscatel de Alejandria 2010

    People don’t drink enough dry muscat in North America.  I don’t know whether that’s because it doesn’t fit the archetype of what we’ve come to expect in a dry white, there isn’t enough available, or there is some vast vino conspiracy at work.  Maybe all three?   This wine is superb from start to finish, […]