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Coonawarra Wines: You Should be Drinking Them

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If you’re ready to step out of your comfort zone and leave the world of California wine behind, now is the time.

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California Cult Cabernets

When it comes to investments, liquid assets undoubtedly are an excellent choice for those looking to diversify their portfolio.

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Terralsole – Harmony in a Bottle

The wines of Terralsole rank highly in the world of Brunello, and at our Crowfoot Signature store they rank highly amongst our wine staff as well.

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Portugal: More than just Port

Celebrated for its high alcohol, fortified post-dinner drink, this country is often overlooked when it comes to table wine. Though their famous dessert style seems to hog all the glory, terroir driven wines of exceptional quality have been coming out of Portugal’s wine regions for centuries.

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3 Common Faults Found in Wine

Detecting faults in wine isn’t as easy as you might assume. Heck, even professionals miss them sometimes. The most important thing to know is, if you think your wine is off and isn’t showing well, take it back. 

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Bold Blends and Cellar-Worthy Whites

When it comes to white wines, buyers often think of cheap and fruity bottles meant for summertime patio sipping, wines that pair well with fish dishes and perhaps bottles filled with overbearing sweetness.

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Shop and a nibble….for a good cause.

For over 20 years Crowfoot has offered a culinary thank you to our loyal guests and this year we welcome you to enjoy lunch, on us, with a donation to the Calgary food bank. Our knowledgeable staff can guide you to that perfect gift while you fill your belly with Christmas cheer.

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We’re so excited, and we just can’t hide it!

The new and exciting event schedule is posted today and we are proud to highlight the old favourites and explore some new topics. We base our events on your feedback. What do you want to taste?

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Why Good Wine Comes From Bad Places

Despite what immigrants from Italy, Portugal and Greece would have us believe, not every single person in the old country made wine themselves. Back in the day, usually one family in the village made wine. They gave some wine to the local church for sacrament and sold what was left to their neighbors. The quality of the wine…

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Aww…my aching head!

The dreaded red wine headache. It seems more and more people experience these mysterious headaches and we are not talking about having too much wine.

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