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Customer Service Sales Associate

David joined our team at Bishop’s Cellar in 2022, after packing up and moving across the country from Calgary! With some previous wine retail experience, David is inquisitive and brings a passion for all things wine.

Favourite grape or wine region?

I love a good Beaujolais, but recently I’ve been drawn towards Tempranillo and Garnacha.

Are you a dog or cat person? Or maybe neither. Maybe you have birds or turtles or an ant farm?

I love cats! My first cat was a street cat named Maximus, he bit a hole through my arm when I was three. Apparently.

Share with us something personal; what is your favourite book, movie or song?

Clandestine in Chile is a novelization of a documentary series by Gabriel Garcia Marquez where Miguel Littin, a Chilean filmmaker banned from his home country, disguised himself and sneaks in to Chile ten years after the military coup to document the realities of life under Pinochet’s dictatorship. Thrilling and heartfelt.

David's Picks

February 12th, 1818, the day Chile declared independence. What man fought for this revolutionary cause, what man helped establish the Chilean Republic? Why Bernardo O’Higgins of course, Revolutionary, liberal reformer, Supreme Director of Chile, and the illegitimate son of a Spanish officer born in County Sligo, Ireland.

Now that this tenuous Irish connection has been established, let’s talk about the Montes Alpha Carménère, a fantastic expression of classic Chilean viticulture. Rich, lush, and incredibly well balanced, aromas of ripe red and black fruit carry over onto the palate, where they meld with notes of aji pepper, figs, and plums. Intense but smooth, pair with rich meaty dishes, such as chili, burgers, or a Chilean shepherd’s pie.

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