The LCBO Consignment Warehouse program offers consumers and licensees a selection of wines not currently available through the LCBO or Vintages. All products must be purchased by the case; all are 12-bottle cases except where indicated.
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Domaine Serene yamhill cuvÉe Pinot noir 2010

Consistent from vintage to vintage as the “little sister” of the Evenstad Reserve Pinot Noir, the Yamhill Cuvée Pinot Noir is a blend from each of Domaine Serene’s vineyard sites that results in a vibrant, food friendly Pinot Noir. This wine has an aroma profile that consists of red fruit, minerality, sweet and complex spice, earth and a hint of French oak. The palate offers youthful tannins and balanced acidity which lead to a smooth and graceful finish. The Yamhill Cuvée is approachable in its youth while maintaining the elegance and finesse of a Domaine Serene Pinot Noir.

A lively, lithe and inviting red, offering an array of red fruit, floral and spice overtones that come together on the focused and deftly balanced finish. Drink now through 2018. 8,000 cases made. Score – 91 (Wine Spectator)



Meursault 2010, Bouchard Père & Fils (domaine) (12 x 375ml)

“Lemon and lime aromas lifted by a minty quality. At once juicy and creamy, with the minty element carrying through on the palate and energizing the wine’s finish. Good ripe acidity here. 87-89” Stephen Tanzer, International Wine Cellar

Pommard 2012, Bouchard Père & Fils (12 x 375ml)

“A gentle touch of wood does not detract from the appeal of the mostly red cherry, violet and earth-infused nose. There is good energy and an attractive minerality to the delicious middle weight flavors that are also a bit drying on the short finish and as such I would not advise aging this. 86/2015+”


William Fèvre Vaillons (Domaine) 1er Cru 2011, Chablis

Wine Advocate: 91 – 93 There is quite a bit of tension and acidity on the finish to frame layers of rich, highly expressive fruit in the 2011 Chablis Vaillons. This explosive Chablis captures an attractive middle ground between the cooler and riper styles of the year, with both plenty of detail and depth. Since 2006, this parcel has been farmed biodynamically.


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villa ponciago fleurie ‘la reserve’ 2011

Their esteem was such that at the end of the 19th century the wines of Villa Ponciago sold at the same price as the famous grand cru Clos Vougeot. Today Villa Ponciago aims to bring to life the great wines of the past, with all the finesse, elegance and silkiness that made Fleurie known as the “queen of the crus”.

“Ah Fleurie, the silkiest of the Beaujolais cru. This is a very refined, elegant young gamay with bright, soft nose of blackberry, vanilla, red roses and a hint of gamay pepper. The length is very good. This is a very refined gamay for drinking over the next three years.” 90 points (David Lawrason,

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chÂteau la nerthe chÂteauneuf-du-pape 2010

“The 2010 La Nerthe Chateauneuf du Pape exhibits the rare combination of unbridled power and freshness, minerality and abundant aromatics. A well-made, delicious red, with blueberry, boysenberry, black raspberry fruit, some background wood smoke, and the tell-tale Provencal garrigue, pepper and loamy soil notes, it is a wine of finesse, power and richness that should drink nicely for 10 to 15+ years.” Score – 92 (Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate)



Henriot Brut Rosé N/V

“The discrete Henriot labeling is echoed in this elegant wine. Like so many Henriot Champagnes it has good bottle age, shows toast as well as light red fruits. There is a depth of flavor here, the texture of yeasty mousse and apple skins going right through the taste. Ready to drink, but worth aging.” 93 Points (Wine Enthusiast)



Beronia Crianza 2010, Rioja

From the world famous Rioja region of Spain this wine is a blend of Tempranillo, Garnacha and Mazuelo grape varieties. Aged for 12 months in American oak barrels it has a bouquet of vanilla with wild fruits, raspberries, mulberries and hints of cherry with touches of toasted bread and green spices. On the palate it is fresh and fruity, smooth but structured.



Canella prosecco doc

From 100% Prosecco grapes grown at various altitudes in the hills and high plain near Treviso, where microclimate is mild and dry. Vinified by means of the Charmat method, this is an extremely appealing spumante characterized by its lively aromas and fruit and the ideal balance of acidity and sugar, which renders it both mellow and fresh. A lengthy sojourn on the lees endows it with concentration and intensity of flavors.

villa matilde falanghina 2012

100% Falanghina from old, Guyot-trained vines (mostly planted in 1970) at an altitude of 1,312 feet a.s.l., vinified and matured (three months) in stainless steel. Light straw yellow in color, the bouquet is elegant, fruity and floral with distinct notes of pineapple, peaches, roses and sage leaves.

Villa matilde aglianico 2010

The 2010 Aglianico is a lush red wine from the Rocca dei Leoni property, located in Benevento’s inland area, on the slopes of Mount Taburno. Vineyards cover 74 acres in the communes of Torrecuso, Foglianise and Ponte, and are characterized by excellent hillside exposures, steep slopes, volcanic soil rich in phosphorus and potassium, and very old vines of Aglianico.



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