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OAK BAY PINOT NOIR 2014 BC VQA Okanagan Valley
Vintage Assessments Tasting Note Producer ST. HUBERTUS
Very faintly ambering medium red colour. Spicy, ripe, cherry-apple-plum nose with some faint herbal notes. Dry, medium-light bodied, slightly spicy, somewhat tart, plum-apple-cherry flavours with a very crisp, unoaked finish. Has a sticker indicating that the alcohol is not 12% but 13.3% with 3 g/L residual sugar and a screwcap closure. The 2013 (**) with 13.6% alcohol was released on July 22, 2017 at $19.95. CSPC 267146
Type Red Table Wine
Agent Ter Win
Country Canada
Region British Columbia
Rating *+/**(87 points)
Dry, Light, Tangy, Baked Plum-Apple
LCBO Note Status
This friendly-priced Pinot is sustainably farmed, fermented in French oak and offers sour cherry, beetroot and earthy notes and a touch of toasty woodsmoke. The producer suggests pouring it alongside scallops with back bacon and vanilla. Price $ 19.95
Bottle Size 750 mL
Tasting Date vintages release - August 4, 2018
Cases bought 167 (12 bottles per case)

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

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