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|Château Cardus 1995 Médoc ($9.99)|
Inky dark purple, almost black, with a pleasant, surprisingly complex aroma of plummy fruit, smoke, leather and a whiff of the barnyard. Full and ripe, black fruit and crisp acidity. Earthy flavors follow the nose, making a wine that's more "rustic" than elegant but highly enjoyable, and a particular bargain for less than $10. U.S. importer: Seagram Chateau & Estate Wines Inc., NYC. (Nov. 3, 2000)
FOOD MATCH: A natural companion with rare lamb-leg steaks.
|Domaine de la Gautière 1999 Provence ($8.99)|
Clear ruby, with fresh aromas of light pepper, herbs and black fruit. A hint of fresh-fruit sweetness over fragrant pepper on the palate. U.S. importer: Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant, Berkeley, Calif. (Nov. 3, 2000)
FOOD MATCH: Good quaff, if a bit on the light side for lamb steaks.
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