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Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc 2008 (New Zealand)
$15.95 (LCBO #554444)
Pale straw colour with a good varietal nose of gooseberries, cut grass and passion fruit. Round on the palate with a melon and green plum flavour riding on lively acidity. ****
Food match: goat's cheese salad; asparagus

Cousiño-Macul Antiguas Reservas Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 (Chile)
$15.45 (LCBO #212993)
A Chilean Cab that you can age. Deep ruby colour with a characteristic bouquet of blackcurrant and cedar; medium-bodied, sweet fruit with a mocha note and soft, pliant tannins. Good value. ****
Food match: lamb chops; ossobuco

J. Portugal Ramos Loios White 2007 (Alentejo, Portugal)
$9.95 (LCBO #92114)
A fine summer wine and a bargain at the price. Made from indigenous varieties, Rabo de Ovelha and Roupeiro. Pale colour with a nose of limes and peaches; medium-bodied, fresh with a crisp, honeydew melon flavour. ****
Food match: chicken salad; grilled trout

 

 

 

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