Henry of Pelham Cuvée Catharine Carte Blanche Estate Blanc de Blanc 2012

Sparkling

—VINTAGES#: 315200
Henry of Pelham Cuvée Catharine Carte Blanche Estate Blanc de Blanc 2012
Made in the traditional method from 100% Chardonnay grapes grown at the estate's Short Hills Bench vineyard. Secondary fermentation in bottle is followed by a further 60 months of aging on the lees. Always one of the top sparklers made in Niagara. It shows a rich golden colour in the glass with a nose of brioche, lemon curd, fresh baked bread, baked apple, toast and mineral. It has an energetic mousse and a vibrant entry on the palate with lovely toasty but fresh flavours of apple, citrus, pear, lemon and vanilla toast that is all together an elegant, rich, deep and layered sparkling wine. A beautiful thing. Score - 92. (Rick VanSickle, winesinniagara.com, July 17, 2017)
$44.95

Product Details

Release Date:
November 25, 2017
750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol
12.0%
Made in:
Ontario, Canada
By:
Henry Of Pelham Family Est. Winery
Sugar Content:
8 g/L
Sweetness Descriptor:
XD - Extra Dry
Style:
Medium-bodied & Flavourful
Varietal:
Sparkling
Description
Gold Medal winner at the 2017 All Canadian Wine Championships.
This is a VQA wine

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