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680News wine reviews – January 31–February 2, 2014 

Boutari Grande Reserve 2007
Greece's Xinomavro grape produces long-lasting wines. Currently at Vintages outlets is Boutari Xynomavro Grande Reserve 2007. Tawny ruby in colour, it offers a nose of cherry, smoke and moist earth. It's medium-bodied, dry and firmly structured with good mid-palate fruit, It costs $16.95 and pairs well with tomato-based dishes and of course moussaka. That's Boutari Grande Reserve 2007 from Greece. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News and 680News.com. ($16.95, Vintages #140111)

Canicatti Centuno Nero d'Avola 2010
Nero D'Avola is Sicily's most important red wine grape. Currently at Vintages is Canicatti Centuno Nero d'Avola 2010. A full-bodied, muscular wine with an intense baked plum nose, it's dry on the palate with succulent cherry flavour carried on lively acidity. It costs $18.95 at Vintages outlets. Match it with hearty winter casseroles. That's Canicatti Centuno Nero d'Avola 2010 from Sicily. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News and 680News.com. ($18.95, Vintages #357103)

 

 

 

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