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680News wine reviews – July 10–12, 2015 

Bundeena Bay Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2014
New Zealand isn't the only antipodean country that makes tasty Sauvignon Blanc. Australia is muscling in on their market with a Sauvignon from the outskirts of Sydney called Bundeena Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2014. It's just been listed at the LCBO. Almost water white in colour it's got a bouquet of rhubarb and green plums with a floral note. It's crisply dry with grapefruit and passionfruit flavours and it costs $13.95 on the general list. Ideal for seafood or smoked salmon. That's Bundeena Bay Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2014 from Australia. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News. ($13.95, LCBO #400291)

Tenuta San Giorgio Banero Extra Dry Prosecco
Tenuta San Giorgio Banero Extra Dry Prosecco from Veneto, currently at Vintages outlets, is not only a kosher product but it has the lowest alcohol content of any prosecco I've tasted – at a mere 5.5 per cent by volume. This sparkler has a very creamy, citrus nose with a floral grace note. It's easy drinking with a touch of peach-like sweetness in mid palate, just the job for a refreshing summer beverage. It costs $14.05 a bottle. Chill it well and serve it as an aperitif or with strawberry shortcake. That's Tenuta San Giorgio Banero Extra Dry Prosecco from Italy. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News. ($14.05, Vintages #298489)

 

 

 

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