We are thrilled to work with award-winning winery, The Hatch, on our featured wine packs for September. Sign up for the Wine Club today to get a selection of their marvelous wines shipped right to your door with tasting notes and pairing recommendations. This month's wine club package is certain to please more than just your taste buds!
“A great portfolio of well-made delicious wines with labels that amuse and delight.”
- Tony Aspler
In only a few short years, The Hatch has grown to be a staple in the wine industry with their excellent wines. Placing in the top 20 wineries in Canada at the recent 2019 National Wine Awards, The Hatch combines both liquid and visual art forms to create a collection of remarkable, unique, and rare wines, that delight both enthusiasts and experts alike.
We are excited to share these amazing Hatch wines with you. Here are some of our favourites in the September Wine Club package.
2017 Hatch Dynasty White
A terrific blend of chardonnay, semillon, and muscat, this medium to full-bodied wine has aromas of spice, baked apple, and lemon zest. The peachy-apple flavours are beautifully balanced allowing this wine to pair well with grilled tarragon mustard chicken, fruited curry chicken salad with toasted pecans, and butter poached lobster with fresh tomatoes.
A delightful blend of roussanne and viognier, this medium to full-bodied white wine boasts a spicy, minerally, and apricot nose with a light floral note. With peach and tangerine flavours on the palate, this dry wine is best enjoyed with dishes such as roast chicken with a creamy green peppercorn sauce, Thai braised beef with a coconut-ginger curry, and apricot chicken salad with a honey vinaigrette.
This opaque purple coloured syrah has notes of cedar, blackberry, and vanilla oak spice on the nose. On the palate, rich black fruit flavours with oak spice and savoury dried herbs on the finish. This full-bodied wine is best paired with ox cheek stew with orange and star anise, smoked beef brisket nachos, and barbequed dry-rubbed ribs with red potatoes.
An elegant, ruby-purple coloured wine with notes of cedar and blackcurrant with vanilla oak spice. Scoring an outstanding 91-93 point rating (dependent on cellaring) from Tony Aspler, this medium-bodied, dry red is a perfect match with a classic filet mignon, beef lasagna with blue cheese, or zucchini and potato moussaka.
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