On the blogby Alfred

27 June 2016

The return of Greek wines

by Alfred

Not so long ago, ordering Greek wine in Quebec was a risky proposition. Fortunately, the situation is changing rapidly for the better … much better.

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16 June 2016

This week’s precious wine tips ( June 16)

by Alfred

This week, our wine tips offer a remarkable champagne to celebrate Father’s Day, a great Australian and the latest from Stephan Asseo, this winemaker who dared, with great success, to grow Rhône Valley wine grapes in California. All these choices come from the latest arrivals of the SAQ.

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9 June 2016

This week’s precious wine tips ( June 9th)

by Alfred

This week, our wine tips will make you travel from the South of France to the South of Australia, through the very green Veneto. You will discover, among the most recent arrivals from the SAQ, a wine from Roussillon considered a fabulous value for money as well as an Amarone that is perfect for aging and an exceptional Shiraz.

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2 June 2016

This week’s precious wine tips ( June 2nd)

by Alfred

Lobster season is in full swing and this week we’ve offer you an Alsatian Pinot Blanc accompanying it wonderfully. We were also attracted by an exceptional Beaujolais and a great Barolo. These wines are all part of recent arrivals from the SAQ and are available online and in Signatures branches.

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26 May 2016

This week’s precious wine tips (May 26)

by Alfred

Rosé weather is finally upon us. This week, to drink in the sun, we present you a fine and round Sancerre which will fare well with both your gourmet dishes and what you cook on the barbecue. We also bring you from the most recent SAQ arrivals, an exceptional Rioja and a spectacular Tuscan “vin de garde”.

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12 May 2016

Professional sommeliers and algorithms : the crucial axis of the Alfred platform.

by Guy Doucet

When developing a project as innovative as Alfred, the first thing one must validate within the target market, is the presence of either a real need, a problem to solve or both. Realizing that tens of thousands of Quebec fans have built a major reserve of wines and that many of them have twice the number of bottles that they could drink in the coming years, we have a clear and solvable problem; more so, it is clear that, for any recent wine lover, it is complicated to acquire mature wines and that he will probably have to wait up to 15 years before he can enjoy the great wines he bought in the stores.

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