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680News wine reviews – March 28–30, 2008 

Viu Manent Reserva Malbec 2006
Malbec is a variety wine lovers immediately associate with Argentina. But Chile does a great job with this grape too. They don't get much better than Viu Manent Reserva Malbec 2006 for the price. You'll find it at Vintages outlets for $13.95 a bottle. The wine is dense purple-black in colour with a lovely, concentrated nose of violets and spicy blackberries. It's full-bodied and richly extracted; well balanced and firmly structured. Serve it with pastrami or spicy Italian sausages. That's Viu (spelled V-i-u) Manent Reserva Malbec 2006 from Chile, available at Vintages outlets. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler. $13.95 (Vintages #16089)

Mommessin Beaujolais Grande Reserve 2006
We've got wine in tetrapaks, wine in plastic bottles and wine in aluminum cans. The latest gimmick – which might just be the saviour of the flagging Beaujolais region – is wine in an aluminum bottle that registers the required temperature when refrigerated. A spot on the Mommessin Beaujolais Grande Reserve 2006 aluminum bottle turns blue when the wine reaches 12 degrees Celsius. It has a fresh cherry flavour, dry and fruity. Match it with tomato-based pasta dishes. That's Mommesin Beaujolais Grande Reserve 2006. To see this review go to 680 News.com and lick on my link. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler. $14.95 (LCBO #63438)

 

 

 

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