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Tantalus's pinot noir has a great line and length that pairs well with warming winter dishes.
But, surprisingly, their prices on them are pretty good.
The Burgundy from South Africa is perfumed with white flowers, honey and spice.
Compared to their retail prices these wine list babies are a downright steal.
Pink is still the new Black.
Joseph Phelps' Insignia is one of the world's benchmark wines—it also happens to be relatively well-priced in overpriced BC.
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