Shop By the Bottle at the LCBO


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Chateau du Gazin Canon Fronsac AOP 2018
$25.95 / bottle
Release Date February 4, 2023
Vintages #: 21064
750ml bottle
Full-Bodied & Structured

This product is available in select LCBO retail stores as part of the Vintages program. Please feel free to contact us at if you need any assistance locating stock.

Fronsac vineyards stretch on hillsides overlooking the confluence of the Isle and the Dordogne rivers. Since 1532, Château du Gazin has stood on the slopes of Canon Fronsac. The Robert family has been making the most of this exceptional terroir for 80 years. And since 2018 the Château du Gazin and its wines have been in organic conversion.

Garnet colour, limpid with ruby ​​reflections. The nose is complex with resinous, toasted notes, then with agitation the fruity aromas take over: black fruits, blackcurrant, blackberries, burlat cherry. The palate is smooth, with melted tannins. Balanced wine, with a long finish, with notes of coffee, blackcurrant, blueberry, cedar.

Pair this wine alongside cheeses, white meats in sauce and red meats.

Château Fleur Cardinale AOC St Emilion Grand Cru Classe 2020
$91.00 / bottle
Release Date February 2, 2023
Vintages #: 13413
750ml bottle
Rich & Powerful

This product is  available online as part of the Classics program. Please feel free to contact us at if you need any assistance locating stock.

The vineyards of Château Fleur Cardinale span nearly 23 hectares. The estate is located in the village of Saint-Etienne-de-Lisse, in the eastern part of the Saint-Émilion appellation. The estate borders Château Valandraud, a Premier Grand Cru Classé B. Château Fleur Cardinale is located on the northern rim of a clay-limestone plateau. There are precisely 6 different types of soil and subsoil. The majority of these soils are exactly the same in terms of soil classification as those found in the very heart of Saint-Émilion village.

Deep, concentrated colour with its intense range of aromas dominated by ripe fruit with floral and spicy overtones. This wine is charmingly balanced and generous on the palate with perfectly smooth tannins with a lasting finish.

Pair this wine with a Sunday roast or grilled ribeye with classic accompaniments. 

Château Maucamps Haut Medoc Cru Bourgeois Superieur 2006
$35.95 / bottle
Release Date November 19, 2022
Vintages #: 22950
750ml bottle
Mature & Refined

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Located in the Macau en Medoc region not far from the entry to the Margaux appellation, this Chateau dates back to the 18th century and now covers 22.5 hectares. The soils here are classic Garonne gravels with a clay sub-soil which provides a classic mellow character with relatively smooth tannins and an elegant and fine structure. These wines are remarkably consistent and approachable even in their youth.

Next-door neighbour to the Grand Cru Classé, Château Cantemerle, Maucamps is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Petit Verdot. Coming from an older vintage, this a mature wine yet still very approachable. The nose offers savoury aromas of dried herbs and flower petals along with graphite and soft shades of ripe fruit. The acid on the palate is lively and the tannins are seamlessly integrated. This is a great option if you're looking to try an older vintage without having to wait! 

Pair this wine alongside with grilled flank steak, classic coq au vin, or a hearty beef or vegetable stew.

Château Hervé-Laroque 2018
$29.95 / bottle
Release Date October 8, 2022
Vintages #: 26306
750ml bottle
Elegant & Lithe

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The Hervé family traces its genealogy back to 1607 when Jean-Marie Hervé, a Breton sailor in the service of the King of France, came to the country at the end of his career and settled with his family in the  parish of Saillans. Today, the family estate is composed of just over 42 acres, which are located on both the hillsides of the wonderful terroir of Saillans and on the top of the highest plateaus of Fronsac. The first bottling at the Château dates back to 1890. 

Chateau Hervé-Laroque  is the second wine of the estate. It is made from the same grapes and care as it's forerunner, Château Moulin Haut-Laroque,  but offers a different and more accessible expression of the terroir.  Aromas give way to notes of blackberry, red currants, purple lilac, spicy oak, and graphite. Medium-bodied on the palate with supple, seamless tannins and ample richness. There's plenty of fruit here to continue developing over time but this wine is also showing beautifully now. 

A great match for protein - try with beef wellington, steak tartare, or lamb shanks.