Henry of Pelham's Baco Noir is a long-standing go-to example of varietal Baco in Ontario. The 2011 version is particularly elegant and from a good red-wine vintage.
I'm not sure if vine age is starting to do its magic, but this is one of the most balanced and structurally integrated examples of this wine that I've had. It's very good.
The finish is warm clean and flavourful on the mid-palate, with a rounded, cleansing acidity leading into the warm (13% alc./vol.), oak-accented finish. It's a very pleasant wine, and quite moreish.
LCBO Product ID: 270926