The big talk among Toronto sommeliers this season has been the first release from Le Clos Jordanne, a joint venture between Ontario’s winemaking giant Vincor and French Burgundy house Boisset. The winery isn’t even built (the wine is currently made in a industrial “garagiste,” though Toronto-born Frank Gehry has designed a breathtaking Bilbao-esque structure), so the only place to buy it locally is the LCBO provincial liquor shop in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Look for a bottle of 2004 Le Grand Clos Pinot Noir ($60).
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