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AS you may have noticed by now, Dine Out Vancouver is in full swing.
The feeding frenzy that first took flight more than a decade ago has grown somewhat, from a cluster of Are Injectable Steroids Better Than Pills well priced prix fixe menus to a region wide food and beverage celebration that boasts foodie events and fancy hotel prices, as well as a huge list of restaurant participants.
One story that won't go away, it seems, is also a growing part of the event. This is the first year that wines on tap have a presence, and they're a boon to restaurateur and consumer alike.
All of which means that, technically, any wine that comes out of a tap isn't considered VQA, and in theory shouldn't be part of Dine Out Vancouver Festival. VQA wines," dated July 21, 2011, which talks only in terms of "bottles", "cork", "screw cap" and "crown cap" and makes no mention of "kegs" or other vessels.
You might wonder, as we do, how a wine that was classed as VQA can go into a container, be properly transferred into kegs and connected to a tap can come out as not VQA. It's a puzzling Anavar Zmrc question, indeed.
Not that we would ever suggest there might be politics involved, but you have to wonder just why "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" the issue of placing wine in containers other than bottles (under properly monitored conditions) is such an issue.
Insiders say there are concerns as to how long a wine can remain in a non glass "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" container without spoiling, although most agree that, properly handled and stored, keg wine can remain in its original condition for at least six months. Talk to anyone who's jumped on the wine on tap wagon and they'll tell you a 19.5 litre "buy cheap jintropin online" keg is gone in six weeks let alone six months, or even six days. And, even "Oxandrolone Powder India" more ironic, it all still tastes fresher than a bottle that's been open for two days.
In the end, though, the VQA/wine on tap discussion may prove a moot point.
My hunch is that there are Buy Cialis Norway much bigger forces at play here. I'm guessing the way wine on tap is unfolding and catching fire has a lot of Canada's Major Winery licence holders very worried indeed, and that it has a whole lot more to do with wines that aren't VQA than with those that are.
Remember that cute little phrase the majors came up with a few years back: "Cellared in Canada"? Make no mistake about its intention: to confuse the consumer into thinking that what they're drinking is Canadian wine when (most of) it isn't.
Right now almost all of the wines on tap around Vancouver are limited quantities (of usually VQA wines) from smaller to mid sized Okanagan producers. However, last year Vancouver Urban Winery launched what may well turn out to be the elephant in the Cellared in Canada cellar: a fun, youthful brand of well made, and clearly labelled, imported wines of origin (a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and a Mendoza Malbec) transferred and bottled in screw cap Anadrol Keifei from imported 20,000 litre containers.
Roaring Twenties Sauvignon Blanc 2011 (88 pts) sports juicy fruit with citrus and tropical notes and a hint of herbaceousness with not a lot of acidity. It's easy drinking, varietally correct and well priced ($14.99 at Vancouver Urban Winery, and upwards at private wine stores). Roaring Twenties Malbec 2011 (87 pts.) has a fruit forward style, soft on the palate with plush, ripe red and black berry notes and a touch of spice (also $14.99 and up at PWS).