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Balbach Riverside Riesling 2000 QbA (Germany)
$9.95
A much neglected Niersteiner Riesling at a bargain price. Very pale colour, almost water white; a bouquet of peach pit and citrus; light on the palate, off-dry, apricot taste with a honeyed note that finishes cleanly with good acidity.
Food match: Thai dishes, curried prawns

Peter Lehmann Barossa Shiraz 2001 (Australia)
$19.90
A gutsy, full-bodied Shiraz that speaks to the openness of the Aussie personality. Crimson-ruby colour with a spicy, smoky blackberry nose and a hint of leather; sweet, generous jammy fruit with soft tannins and good acidity to refresh the palate.
Food match: Venison casserole, blue cheese

Inniskillin Montague Vineyard Chardonnay 1999 (Niagara Peninsula, Ontario)
$16.95
A well-priced single vineyard Chardonnay in Burgundian style. Pale straw colour; a bouquet of apple with a floral grace note; medium bodied, well-integrated oak, elegant and well made with good length.
Food match: Trout in almonds, camembert

 

 

 

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