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680News wine reviews – May 27–29, 2011 

Sibling Rivalry Pink 2010
The three Speck Brothers who own Henry of Pelham in Niagara have a line of wines they call Sibling Rivalry. They look like a rock group on the label but they're really very clean-cut young guys. A testimony to their competitiveness is the rock, paper, scissors symbol on the back label. Their Sibling Rivalry Pink 2010 is a rosé blend of Cabernet, Gamay and Syrah. At $13.95 it offers flavours of cranberry and raspberry with a hint of sweetness and a fresh orange finish. Try it with chicken salad. That's Sibling Rivalry Pink 2010 from Ontario. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News and 680News.com. ($13.95, LCBO #171033)

Red Knot Shiraz 2008
Red Knot Shiraz 2008 from Australia is the kind of wine you can serve to people who say they don't like red wine because it's too sour with acidity or too bitter from tannins. It is the epitome of the Aussie fruit bomb. What you get is a mouthful of sweet black cherries, vanilla oak and a touch of oak spice. The wine is full-bodied round and creamy. It costs $17.95 at the LCBO and would work well with BBQ-ed meats with spicy marinades. That's Red Knot Shiraz 2008 from Australia. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News and 680News.com. ($17.95, LCBO #619395)

 

 

 

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