Norman Hardie Cuvée Paradoxe 2016

Riesling

—VINTAGES#: 560748
Norman Hardie Cuvée Paradoxe 2016
In the movie Inception, Ariadne (Ellen Page) nearly tumbles over the edge of a 'paradox' in the form of a magical staircase. This sweet-and-sour wine poses a similar quandary for the taste buds, hitting the palate juicy and off-dry before jolting to a mouth-puckeringly tart, tangy finish. In between is a montage of lemon chiffon, applesauce, Asian pear, fresh lime and grapefruit. The grapes used are kept off-label, but Norm Hardie is known to cultivate Riesling, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay. Sip this, chilled, with fish tacos or summer salads. (Vintages panel, April 2018)
$29.20

Product Details

Release Date:
May 12, 2018
750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol
9.5%
Made in:
Ontario, Canada
By:
Hardie Wines
Sugar Content:
19 g/L
Sweetness Descriptor:
M - Medium
Style:
Aromatic & Flavourful
Varietal:
Riesling

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