Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Henry of Pelham Sibling Rivalry 2007 Red and 2008 White - $13.95

Quite a change from last week - there's sun in the sky and the temperature is warming up. For those of you who packed away you BBQ for the winter it's time to dust it off and get it ready for grilling season. Grilling season also means you're going to need wine to serve with all that great BBQ-fare; and your friendly neighbourhood Grape Guy has the answer right here. Take a listen to the Podcast to learn about these two new wines from Henry of Pelham, and why they are so attractive for the hot season ahead.

I am thrilled to announce that as of February 24, 2009, each Podcast has its own unique player - so you can listen to whichever Podcast you want to. So without further ado I will leave you with this week's Podcast, or if you decide not to check out the new format you can read the tasting notes below ... I recommend the Podcast, of course.

The Tasting Notes: The white is ultimately quaffable and an easy drink-now blend; the red has got a lot going for it including spices, blue and black berries, cinnamon, cedar and good tannin structure that'll see it age for a few years at least.

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