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680News wine reviews – November 30 – December 2, 2012 

Wyndham Estate George Wyndham Founder's Reserve Shiraz 2009
If your taste runs to powerful, fruit-driven Aussie Shiraz, you'll really like Wyndham Estate George Wyndham Founder's Reserve Shiraz 2009. Deep ruby in colour, it has a minty-menthol nose of ripe blackberries with a spicy cedar note. On the palate expect a ripe blackberry flavour with a savoury, herbal note and a firm tannic finish. Very stylish and a versatile food wine. It costs $19.95 at the LCBO. Match it with red meat dishes or aged cheddar. That's Wyndham Estate George Wyndham Founder's Reserve Shiraz 2009 from Australia. For Post City magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News and 680News.com. ($19.95, LCBO #107904)

Bisol Crede Prosecco Superiore di Valdobbiadene 2011
With the holiday season approaching it's time to think sparkling wine. If champagne is a stretch for your budget, consider Prosecco. Bisol Crede Prosecco Superiore di Valdobbiadene 2011, currently at Vintages outlets, says it's Brut but it's really off dry with a soft, creamy mouth feel and a flavour of peaches and apples. An easy-drinking sparkler with no pretensions other than to please. It costs $19.95 a bottle at Vintages. That's Bisol Crede Prosecco Superiore di Valdobbiadene 2011 from Italy's Veneto region. For Post City magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News and 680News.com. ($19.95, Vintages #297242)

 

 

 

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