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SPARKLING BLANC DE BLANCS 2011 VQA Twenty Mile Bench, Niagara Escarpment, Ontario
Vintage Assessments Tasting Note Producer PATRICK CHAN
Medium deep straw colour. Faintly sweet, very spicy, faintly peppery, baked lemon-apple nose. Dry, medium bodied, quite well structured, very spicy, faintly honeyed, ripe lemon-apple flavours with a lingering, effervescent, tangy finish. Quite ready to drink. Has 12% alcohol and 18 g/L residual sugar. CSPC 546291
Type Sparkling Wine
Agent Fla Roc
Country Canada
Region Ontario
Rating **/**+(88 points)
Dry, Tangy, Effervescent
LCBO Note Status
TASTING NOTE: Top marks to Flat Rock for releasing this wine just in time to toast silver medallist Patrick Chan's performance at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. This local hero features soft notes of apple, plum and honey with a light, lacy mousse. Figuring out the perfect pairing? Try with crab based appetizers, or lightly salted popcorn or chips. (Vintages panel, Sept. 2017) Price $ 29.95
Bottle Size 750 mL
Tasting Date vintages release - February 3, 2018
Cases bought 119 (6 bottles per case)

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Score:    - Poor   * Very Basic     *+ OK    ** Good    **/**+ Very Good    **+ Excellent    *** Outstanding    ***+ Superb

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