The Globe and Mail - Tannat or arneis, anyone? Canada’s grape crusaders embrace offbeat varieties
"Moon Curser’s rich, ripe tannat is, in my opinion, far superior to many produced in France."
"Moon Curser may be the most ambitious grape crusader in Canada, but there are others breathing fresh air into an industry that for arguably too long has hitched its star to the secure familiarity of France’s big-name, blue-chip varieties, including not just riesling, cabernet and merlot but also chardonnay and pinot noir."
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