Ontario Reviews : Winery Spotlight - Organized Crime

25 Jul 2019


Today is not an opus on Vito Corleone, nor a synopsis of the Godfather Trilogy - it is about the crimes committed by one Organized Crime winery and their winemaker, Greg Yemen ... the charge: "did you really put these wines into bottle?"

The case: Often overlooked and forgotten, as some wineries are when they go through upheaval and change in the wine making, Organized Crime seemed to flounder a little after the departure of winemaker Andrzej Lipinski and seemed shocked once Ross Wise took flight to British Columbia. But the phoenix has risen with Greg Yemen at the helm - and for the second year in a row he's put some pretty amazing wines into bottle ... the only verdict a jury can rendered once all the evidence below is revealed is: Guilty as Charged.

In addition to the six reviews below (and one International selection) be sure to check out the Side Bar for the latest videos and podcasts
plus links to reviews of older wines, cellar dwellers, published articles, On the Road notes and more.


 Click on the wines name to see the full review:

Organized Crime 2016 Cabernet Franc ... (**** 1/2)

Organized Crime 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon ... (****+)

Organized Crime 2017 Chardonnay, Cuvee Krystyna ... (****+)

Organized Crime 2017 Chardonnay, Limestone Block ... (****)

Organized Crime 2017 Pinot Noir Reserve ... (****)

Organized Crime 2017 Pipe Down ... (****+)


Plus ...

Some International Flair:   Xavier Vignon 2017 Ventoux (Rhone Valley, France) ... ****


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Ontario Reviews : Winery Spotlight - Organized Crime



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