Grower's Blend Pinot Noir VQA by Tawse Winery 2014
Carefully fashioned by 2011 Ontario Winemaker of the Year, Paul Pender" "lifted and lively aromas of cedar, pipe tobacco, forest floor and red berry fruit abound. Juicy, complex flavours of sour cherry and currant mingle with herbs, spice and toasty notes on the medium-bodied, nicely textured wash over the palate. Dry, balanced and mouth-watering on the aftertaste, it finishes in a juicy blaze with racy red berry fruit and wisps of truffles. Good to go now and paired well with smoked, grilled duck breasts or slow-roasted pork.
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People buy wine online for convenience or to save money. Before you buy, be aware of varying state-to-state direct-to-consumer shipping restrictions.
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Step 1: Visit the Wine Institute website
Visit the Wine Institute website to access individual direct-to-consumer state shipping laws via a clickable map.
Some states, like Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, have banned direct-to-consumer interstate wine shipping.
Step 2: Search brands
Find brands of wine that can be legally shipped to your state, as well as wineries that ship directly to consumers.
Some states enforce annual purchase limits on individuals who buy by the crate.
Step 3: Compare prices
Compare prices at bricks-and-mortar and online wine stores. Look for quality brands at low prices.
Step 4: Be aware of potential shipping hazards
Be aware of potential shipping hazards especially when ordering a box of wine during periods of extreme heat or cold.
When ordering expensive wines, be sure that the vendor will guarantee the wine's delivery condition.
Step 5: Buy wine through online auction websites
Buy wine through online auction websites in states where this is legal. Read sales requirements at these sites to make sure you are purchasing from a licensed wine seller. Soon your wine cellar will be well stocked without your ever having to leave home!
Did You Know?
The world's most expensive bottle of wine, a 1787 Chateau Lafite, sold at auction for about $160,000 in 1985.
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