Aging wines in oak, steel or concrete

Troy Townsin continues to look at the winemaking process, this week focussing on aging the wine in oak, stainless steel and concrete. He also recommends are few more B.C. wines.  

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Bench 1775 Chardonnay 2011- $18.90

Mt Boucherie Summit Reserve Chardonnay 2010 - $25

Clos du Soleil Fume Blanc 2011 - $19.95

Kurtis Semillon 2011 - $19.90

Calona Vineyards Unoaked Chardonnay 2011 - $15


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