Entre-Deux-Mers (white Bordeaux) was all the rage in the early days of Ontario’s discovery of wine. I think it cost $4.95 in stores, and $12.95 at restaurants. The Chardonnay boom put an end to it, and all other whites ““ at least till New Zealand introduced Sauvignon Blanc ““ which funnily enough is the main grape in Entre-Deux-Mers. Full circle eh!

The wine below is tamer ““ more easy drinking, than the Kiwi edition due to a few other grapes in the blend. A charming refresher for sure. And value priced ““ just as it was back when.

CHATEAU SAINTE-MARIE 15 Entre-Deux-Mers, Bordeaux, France 447565 Vintages $14.95

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