5 Great Bottles of Wine

A week to Party, preparations are accelerated and the menus are probably already selected. So by this time, and all you want is to settle for a great bottle of wine. There’s a saying that says a regular meal is fixed by a good wine.

In this article, we’ll discuss five Great bottles of wine from Wine Store Toronto to serve at Party. 

Cabernet Sauvignon from Wine Store Toronto

Hey! Party is around the corner, do you have your wine ready? If not yet, then you got to figure it out. Visit Wine Store Toronto and grab a bottle of the Cabernet Sauvignon wine. 

This wine is dark ruby red and comes in ready to drink bottles of 750ml, and 4 liters. It has baked cherry pie and ripened fruit aroma. The price ranges between $9.75 and $39.95.

Sweet Rosé 2016

The Sweet Rosé is a light-bodied wine with a refreshing red berry flavor. It’s pale pink and has a ripened strawberry and floral aroma. The price is $7.50.

Classico White 2017

The White Classico 2017 MACEDO wine is packaged in different volumes which are 750ml, 1.5lt, 2lt, 1G, 4lt, 8lt, and 16lt. 

It’s a light-bodied white wine with citrus flavors. Its scent is a combination of citrus, green apple, and melon. The cost range is $7.75 to $98.00

Sweet Muscat 2011

Are you searching for a whine that will trigger your taste buds this festive season? Choose the Sweet Muscat 2011 dessert wine.

The sweet Muscat originates from Sicily in Italy. It has a beautiful apricot, honey, orange blossom, and tropical fruit aroma. It goes for $14.95

Beira Interior White 

 Beira Interior White is light-bodied and pale yellow with steely acidity. It has a soft citrus and stone fruit aroma with floral & citrus flavors.

The price is from $8.95 to $115.00.

Summing Up

Planning to treat your pals to a wine toss over party?  Visit Wine Store Toronto and choose from our different varieties.

5 Tips to Pick Wines for Christmas

Christmas is synonymous with joy, to celebrate and share with family and friends. And if you accompany it with a glass of excellent quality wine, it becomes more special.

However, choosing wine is not easy. The options are endless, from the prices to the type and aroma, you may get lost between vintages and the origin.

Here are some tips from Wine Supplies Toronto on how to choose your wine, now that Christmas is almost here.

Here we go!

What Wine Do Your Guests Like?

Is it possible that any of your guests have problems with a particular wine? Before buying wine for this Christmas, make sure everyone can drink the wine you have chosen.

It’s not just about pairing wine with the main course of the night. It goes further, to harmonize every moment of the evening.

Do You Already Know What Menu you’ll Serve? 

Pairing is important. You can think first about the food and then the wine that best suits it. On the contrary, if you adore a specific wine, buy the wine and then, accompany it with appropriate dishes.

Is There A Particular Wine You Enjoy From Wine Supplies Toronto?

Choosing a wine you’ve used before is the most comfortable option. Is there some wine that you’ve ever bought and liked?

Just go to stores like Wine Supplies Toronto and ask for it.

Always Have More Than One Bottle Of The Same Wine. 

When you go to buy wine for your dinner or lunch, take more than one bottle. It could happen that some of them were defective. Do not open the bottle to taste the wine before dinner.

The way to anticipate a possible setback is to have several bottles of the same wine. In this way, quality is assured.

Do You Have The Right Glasses? 

There’s nothing as embarrassing as forgetting to get the ideal wine cups or glasses. Take advantage of your trip to Wine Supplies Toronto to choose your wine and get the glasses too.

Top 10 Wines of 2019

There are thousands of tested wines launched on the market throughout 2019. Many of them proved to be of exceptional quality. The Wine Spectator’s team checks the wines reviewed in the previous year and selects the top wines of the year.

The list published here corresponds to the choice of wines that made the strongest impression. As usual, the same criteria have been followed for the evaluation of wines, quality, availability, price, and the X factor.

The X factor criterion refers to the origin of the wine, passion, feeling, and enthusiasm it gives the testers.

Do you have a good taste for wine? You can buy wine bottles in Toronto today and enjoy it!

 Here Are Their Top 10 Of 2019

  1. Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 from Scarecrow ($695)
  2. Sangiovese Toscana 2006, by Soldera (the US $ 475)
  3. 2015 Michelle Chiarlo Cipressi ($25)
  4. 2011 Roederer Estate L’Ermitage Brut Sparkling ($48)
  5. 2015 Santa Carolina Reserva de Familia Cabernet Sauvignon ($20)
  6. 2016 Tenuta Delle Terre Nere Etna San Lorenzo ($60)
  7. 2015 Michelle Chiarlo Cipressi ($25)
  8. 2011 Roederer Estate L’Ermitage Brut Sparkling ($48)
  9. 2015 Santa Carolina Reserva de Familia Cabernet Sauvignon ($20)
  10. Chardonnay Reserva (Oaked) 2011 ($12.80)

With so many good wines on the market, what determines the choice to buy wine bottles in Toronto is the taste of each consumer.

How to Buy Wine Bottles in Toronto

Choosing good wine can be an ambiguous task since everyone is looking for something different. Some important aspects to consider are the taste, smell and color.

So what makes a perfect wine to enjoy? And how do you choose the best?

Here are some tips for you to know and get it right when want to buy Wine Bottles in Toronto.

  • Read the label information
  • Know the types of grapes
  • Know the rest period
  • The accompaniment meal


Good wine is defined by endless features and properties. Red, white or pink, sparkling, sweet or scented, the variety of flavors is endless.  Visit our online store today and buy Wine Bottles in Toronto.

Top 10 Misconceptions About Wine

In a world as sophisticated as wine you’d think the connoisseurs would have straightened up all these misconceptions by now. But the truth of the matter is many of the generalizations made come from the “experts”! Let’s see if we can’t straighten out a few of those by the end of this blog.

  1.  Professionals Know Best:

Winemakers and consumers alike put a disproportionate amount of emphasis on the so-called “experts” whose taste varies from person to person. In order to prove that point Robert Hodgson, an oceanographer and winemaker conducted an experiment that rocked the wine world. Expert wine tasters were tested with varying wines and would rate them on a scale of 50-100. Unknowingly they would sample the same wine and rate it differently when they first did, and again differently on the third taste! Some were off by a margin of 8 points and only 10% remained consistent at a rate of a 2-point swing. This just goes to show that not even the experts know what they’re talking about.

  1. Size Matters

Bottle size that is. This myth started years ago when France and Italy would use darker and heavier bottles to denote a more serious wine. This practice got around and now marketers are doing the same thing! Although the extra dollar you pay is not because the wine is of any superior quality but because their shipping costs are higher.

  1. Sweet Wines are for Amateurs

No one should be bullied into sipping on a wine they can barely palate and if an earthy wine isn’t your style then that’s why sweeter wines were created! It’s not pedestrian by any means to enjoy a wine that’s a little on the sweeter side. In fact, some of the most expensive wines in the world are sweet such as a Riesling which consistently makes the top 10 most expensive wines list. Kick up your feet and enjoy a dessert wine at the end of the day if it makes you happy.

  1. Boxed Wines are Plebeian

Once again, we have another example of “experts” trying to force and bully people into enjoying a brand of wine. The only reason boxed wine is cheaper than bottled is a) they’re saving on packaging, and b) they’re saving on shipping. So many other countries have changed their ideologies about boxed wines, Australia, Sweden, Norway, being just a few whose market is comprised of 50% boxed wine sales. The United States is merely 18% but that’s sure to change when people come out of their prejudices against cardboard.  

  1. Spend More

When it comes to differentiating wines, consumers are no more adept at identifying a good wine than the experts. A study was done in which consumers were asked to blind taste a wine and give it a value and most were so off it would have been better if they flipped a coin. Similarly, people tend to enjoy wine more if they are told it is more expensive rather than if they weren’t. Do yourself a favour and buy a cheaper bottle if you really want to and don’t worry about it being “cheap”.

Grape, white wine and vintage corkscrew

  1. Corks are Better than Screw Tops

This misconception comes more from traditionalists than anything. Cork is the traditional way to seal wine and there is nothing wrong with it (although if it is not done properly problems like “corking” can arise). Screw tops have become the new norm in new world winemaking because of two reasons. The first is the preservation of cork trees which need to be cut to make cork. And the second is screw tops provide a more complete seal. There is no chance of corking or further aeration of the wine. Both ways have their merits, but no one is better than the other.

  1. Older Wines are Better

This misconception about wine is so common that my Uncle has bottles of wine in the basement older than I am, and I’m pretty sure they’re just vinegar at this point. 90% of all wines produced are meant to be consumed within the first two years. So, go ahead, drink up!

Grilled ribeye beef steak with red wine, herbs and spices on a dark stone background. Top view with copy space for your text.

  1. Red is for Meat, White is for Fish

This is a general rule of thumb for most dishes but not always the case! Plenty of light bodied reds can be paired with hearty fish like tuna, and salmon. And likewise, a nice full-bodied white will pair wonderfully with pork and yes even some red meat. Do a little research into your wine!

  1. Champaign for Special Occasions

Why limit your palate to only once or twice a year? Champagne pairs perfectly with so many dishes and can be purchased in the $10-$20 range. Vegetables and seafood would go very well with such a versatile wine and who needs to wait for a celebration?

  1. Blended Wines are Inferior

This was a myth I believed for years and forced myself out of it once I realized that so many of the classics are blended wines. Bordeaux, Chianti, Rioja where would the wine world be without this array of blended wines. Blended wines make the top ten most expensive list regularly! Take a chance on a blended wine and fall in love with a new mix of grapes.


If you want to learn more about wine ask us at Macedo Winery, we would love to hear from you.

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