June 20th, 2019
In the newest Toronto Star article entitled “When Two Sommeliers Meet, Which Wines Do They Drink?” Carrolyn Evans Hammond names our 2016 Three Valleys and awards it a score of 94 points, applauding its quality for the price.
“The nose is stewed plums with baking spices—star anise and clove. Then, on the palate, it’s lush, rich, and hedonistic. The entry is fresher than the nose would suggest, with ripe raspberry, orange peel, toasted oak, and caramelized meat juices—like the grillmarks of a great steak. Then, the finish is smooth mocha topped with shaved baking chocolate. Just a gorgeous wine.”