Perpetua Chardonnay 2015

Chardonnay

—VINTAGES#: 258210
Perpetua Chardonnay 2015
This is the first Perpetua not all made from Osoyoos fruit. It 25% Naramata. This is also the first Perpetua by Darryl Brooker, and it was 1/3 fermented in concrete egg, the rest in French oak aged 15 months sur lie. It has gorgeous, creamy complex nose with apple, almond butter, some cedary spice and light smoke. It is full bodied, creamy and a bit hot. A bigger yet balanced style, with outstanding focus and length. Best 2018 to 2022. Last tasted November 2017 when it took silver in the Gold Medal Plates Best of Show Competition in Ottawa. Score - 92. (David Lawrason, winealign.com, Nov. 13, 2017)
$49.95

Product Details

Release Date:
October 27, 2018
750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol
13.0%
Made in:
British Columbia, Canada
By:
Mission Hill Family Estate
Sugar Content:
2 g/L
Sweetness Descriptor:
XD - Extra Dry
Style:
Full-bodied & Rich
Varietal:
Chardonnay
This is a VQA wine

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