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680News wine reviews – December 9–11, 2011 

William Fevre Champs Royaux Chablis 2010
A fine Chablis is like biting into a fresh, crisp Granny Smith apple straight out of the fridge. The best value you'll find in this white Burgundy category is William Fèvre Champs Royaux Chablis 2010. The wine has the minerally, green apple nose and lemony acidity that prolongs the flavour. Until January 1st it's a limited time offer at $18.75, two bucks less than usual. It's the perfect wine for oysters, seafood or fish. That's William Fevre Champs Royaux Chablis 2010. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News and 680News.com. ($18.75 until Jan. 1, then $20.75, LCBO #276436)

Hungaria Grande Cuvée Brut
You probably might bypass a sparkling wine made in Hungary en route for more familiar regions at the LCBO. But you'd be making a big mistake. Produced by the champagne method – that is, a secondary fermentation in the bottle – Hungaria Grande Cuvée Brut has lots of bubbles and crisply dry flavours of redcurrants and gooseberries. The best thing is the price: $11.95 a bottle. This is amazing value and the answer to an impoverished holiday celebration. That's Hungaria Grande Cuvée Brut from Hungary. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News and 680News.com. ($11.95, LCBO #217539)

 

 

 

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