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Alamos Torrontés Label
Torrontés is an Argentinian white wine that has flowery aromatics, and flavours of peach and lemon zest. While the wine smells like sweet rose petals, it is often made in a dry style. This makes for an interesting contrast as the sweet fragrance of this wine contradicts it’s lean, and […]

Torrontés & Food Pairing


Strohs Bohemian Style Pilsner
Pilsner is perhaps the most popular style of beer, thus making it the most ‘controversial’. Invented in Bohemia, now part of the Czech Republic, and perfected in Germany, Pilsner has gone on to become mass marketed and ‘flavourless water’ in North America – according to beer aficionados. And perhaps they’re […]

Pilsner & Food Pairings




Lini 910 Lambrusco
Lambrusco got a bad reputation in the 1970’s for being a cheap and sweet red wine that tasted like soda pop. Fortunately in the four decades since, it has made gigantic leaps and bounds to becoming a wine worth seeking out. Primarily made in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, new […]

Lambrusco & Food Pairings