Wine World: A new Anciano aimed at Apothic enthusiasts James Romanow, Saskatoon StarPhoenix Published on: January 19, 2018 | Last Updated: January 19, 2018 8:00 PM CST Gran Reserva Anciano 7 2008 Tempranillo (James Romanow photo) Saskatoon A couple of years ago, the SLGA put a wine on the shelves called Anciano 10, a Tempranillo from I think the Seville area. Tempranillo — especially older, finer Tempranillo — is a real treat, even when it isn’t from Rioja. Local winos jumped on the bottles...
El Petit Bonhomme 2016 is James Romanow's Wine of the Week. James Romanow / SASwp I was out at the Steveston Seafood House last week, in Richmond, BC, and managed to do a very interesting sequential tasting.We ordered a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire with our fish. It was a great wine, and we enjoyed every drop.
Wine World: Ignore the hipsters, give Riesling a whirl James Romanow, Saskatoon StarPhoenix Published on: January 12, 2018 | Last Updated: January 12, 2018 6:00 AM CST Deinhard Green Label Riesling (www.deinhard.com) Saskatoon Have you tried a Riesling lately? My bet is no, you haven’t. Riesling was all the rage in the 1970s and is still the favourite of people who are likely your grandparents. This kind of takes the hipster edge off the grape. “Yeah me and my 80-year-old peeps got down on...
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