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680News wine reviews – March 9–11, 2012 

Tilia Cabernet Sauvignon 2010
Mention Argentinean wine and you immediately think of Malbec. But the Mendoza Valley also produces some Cabernet Sauvignon at attractive prices. Tilia Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 has an expressive bouquet of blackcurrant and cedar. Medium-bodied with juicy cherry and currant flavours, it's a wine that punches above its weight in terms of price – which is $12.95 a bottle. Serve it with lamb chops or grilled sausages. That's Tilia Cabernet Sauvignon from Argentina. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler. 680News and 680News.com. ($12.95, LCBO #163428)

Castello del Poggio Moscato Frizzante
There's nothing quite as refreshing as a chilled glass of sparkling Muscat, a style of wine that Northern Italian winemakers excel at. Lightly fizzy and 7% alcohol, Castello del Poggio Moscato Frizzante is fragrant with the aroma of honeysuckle. Its peachy sweetness is ameliorated with citrus acidity and the bubbles. It costs $11.95 a bottle and it's like biting into a Muscat grape. Serve it as an aperitif or pour it over fresh berries. That's Castello del Poggio Moscato Frizzante from Italy. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News and 680News.com. ($11.95, LCBO #250498)

 

 

 

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