Ontario Reviews

Burning Kiln 2010 Cureman's Chardonnay
Here's a wine from Ontario's "South Coast" a new wine making area in the province that seems to have had an explosion of wineries popping up. One of those new wineries is Burning Kiln. The name comes from their use of kilns to dry the grapes - a process made popular by their winemaker Andrezj Lipinski, for such wineries as Colaneri and Organized Crime ... this wine has no notation about dried grapes so it's made with what Andrezj calls "fresh fruit". 9 months in new French oak has given the wine its oaky, buttery notes with a nice touch of spice and a pleasant smoothness on the finish. Price: $24.95 - Rating: *** 1/2
South Coast
at the winery

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