Caladoc

Franck et Olivier Mousset

Tendance Rosé Caladoc 2017

Refreshing. Lite touch of honey. Huge bite of sour lemon. Dried flower petals. French oak. Lite finish. Love it. — 5 days ago

Gérard Bertrand

Cigalus Caberent Sauvignon Blend 2016

Smells like sun kissed raisins and smooth Italian leather.

Velvety grape and dark cherry on the top. Stewed red fruits for the body. Light to medium bodied tannins with a dry lingering finish that makes you want to take a second sip.

First taste: Midfield Winebar & Tavern, Toronto, ON. Might lay for another 1-2 years.
— 23 days ago

Paul Richardson
with Paul

Gérard Bertrand

Cigalus Rosé

Cotes de roses is what I had — 9 months ago

Clovis

Syrah Blend 2017

Definition of pop and pour. Really damn good and getting an extra tenth of a point for the label. — a month ago

Albet i Noya

Finca La Milana Costers d'Ordal Penedès Caladoc Blend 2014

At Watershed @ the Owl. Very nice Penedes blend — 2 months ago

Volubilia

Caladoc Blend Rosé

Super fruity, strawberry, cherry, raspberry aromas and flavors. Good acidity, well balanced with 13% alcohol. Refreshing and nice for a cocktail but enough length to be food friendly as well. I had it with pizza margarita and it was lovely! — 6 months ago

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DFJ Vinhos

Portada Winemaker's Selection Lisboa Red Blend 2011

Pleasant surprise and unbelievable value for the $: they threw in every varietal in the region and somehow it works... gorgeous beam of kirsch liqueur and warm spice, dates & fig compote. Soft supple pliable and kinda juicy going down infinitely smooth. Not something you’re going to age - real crowd pleaser. — 13 days ago

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Ixsir

Altitudes IXSIR Rouge Cabernet Sauvignon Blend

Second at avec with jimmy — 5 months ago

Les Clos Des Jarres

Insouciance Merlot Blend

Poppy fresh with lively tannins. Glou-glou and best enjoyed with a bit of chill. — 7 months ago

Ixsir

Altitudes IXSIR Rosé Blend 2015

Brought this one back from Beirut. Very nice Lebanese rosé made from Syrah, Cinsault, and Caladoc (which is apparently a cross between Grenache and Malbec). Bought for roughly $13 and well worth it. — 2 years ago

Amy Monroe
with Amy
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