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Flat Rock Nadja's Vineyard Riesling 2012 (Ontario)
$19.95 (Vintages #578625)
If you like brisk Mosel-style Riesling, you'll go for Nadja. Pale straw colour with a nose of minerals, lime and grapefruit; light to medium-bodied, crisply dry, elegant with good mid-palate fruit (apricot). ***** (90)
Food match: smoked salmon; oysters

The Yard Wine Company Ad Lib Hen and Chicken Oaked Chardonnay 2010 (Western Australia)
$19.95 (Vintages #297697)
Great value here. Straw coloured with a green tint; high-toned, barnyard nose with vanilla oak; full-bodied, mouth-filling flavours of tropical fruit carried on bracing acidity. ***** (90)
Food match: roast chicken; veal chop

Quasar Limited Edition Pinot Noir 2011 (Casablanca Valley, Chile)
$17.95 (Vintages #366526)
Ruby colour with a high-toned nose of raspberry and elderberry; medium-bodied, dry, spicy cherry flavour. Well worth the money. ****½ (89)
Food match: duck breast; lamb chops

 

 

 

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