From The County to the Escarpment to Lake Erie and beyond, Ontario is growing some beautiful grapes and turning them into some of the best wines we’ve ever had! With “The 12 Wines of Local”, OCTA�s staff are pouring their favorite #LCBOgolocal wines – just in time for the upcoming holiday season.A� Come discover what�s in our glass!
We�re still talking about the lovely line-up of local wines we sampled at theA�4th annual Taste Ontario! TorontoA�event, held last Friday. To kick off the holiday weekend, Pat’s giving thanks for her favourite bottle from this delicious afternoon!
“Definitely a well-remembered wine in my memory bank. The Good Earth Vineyard & Winery’s 2009 Pinot Noir can be found in the LCBO Vintages section.A� This wine is rich, yet easy on the palate and has no trouble warming the cockles of my heart!”
The Good Earth 2009 Pinot Noir
Resonating with hints of dried cherries and lingering spicy notes, this is a delicious wine that, like most reds, benefits from decanting.A� With good, but not overbearing tannins, this wine is ready to enjoy right now.
Consider serving it with seared duck breast, stuffed pork loin, venison, bison, or Sunday’s turkey dinner. A secret vice? According to Nicolette Novak — Good Earth’s winemaker and hostess extraordinaire, it also pairs perfectly with chocolate sprinkled with a little smoked salt. A�We’ll take her advice to eat chocolate any day!
Find it at your local LCBO:
VINTAGES 282384 | 750 mL bottle
Price: $ 25.00