An uncommon blend of pinot noir and syrah, this medium-weight red might seem as though Burgundy had a rendezvous with the Rhône on the Mediterranean. Actually this southern French cuvée sort of tastes like a concentrated Beaujolais, with bright berries under a light dusting of cracked pepper. A good value and good house wine for those who like reds on the lighter, crisp, food-friendly side. On sale for $10.95 in Ontario until March 2. Imported in Alberta by Delf Group, $13.95 in Quebec.