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Riesling Pinot Grigio ‘White House’
VQA Niagara – $12.95
2012 Review

On the palate, you can’t help but note this wines refreshing quality. It’s abundant acidic nature is well balanced with tastes of lemon lime, pear, melon, peach and ever so slight minerality.

Wine Hobbyist

Vidal Moscato
VQA Ontario – $10.95
2013 Review
By Evan Saviolides

This unique blend of Vidal and Moscato fuses freshness, acidit and an off-dry personality. Combined with low alcohol and a profile of white flowers, peach, pear, honey, lime, and spice, it makes for an enjoyable aperitif wine or a foil for spicy fare.

Evan Saviolides

Cabernet Shiraz ‘Red House’
VQA Niagara – $12.95
2012 Review

High energy, good drinkability, and the invitation to get cooking.

Billys Best Bottles

Riesling Pinot Grigio ‘White House’
VQA Niagara – $12.95
2012 Review

Offers Riesling zest along with drinkablity of Pinot Grigio. Really good edition of plain – the Honda formula.

Billys Best Bottles

Wine Name: 2009 Henry of Pelham Red House Wine Co. Cabernet Shiraz
Variety: Cabernet Franc
Country/Region: Canada (Ontario )
Price: $12.95
Rating: 3.5 stars
Wine Style: Red Medium-bodied
Release Date: January 19, 2012
Date Reviewed: January 19, 2012

TonyAspler.com

Cabernet Shiraz ‘Red House’
VQA Niagara – $12.95
2011 Review
By Gord Stimmell – Wine Critic

I just tasted newcomer Red House Cabernet Shiraz (#219030, $12.95, 89), a VQA red from the Speck brothers at Henry of Pelham in Niagara, and it’s full of smoky cherry, mocha, coconut and licorice hints. It washes down burgers perfectly.

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