$50.00 / 750mL
2013 Blanc de Blanc Extra Brut Late Disgorged
All grapes for this wine were hand-harvested from our estate vineyard in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, farmed according to organic and biodynamic principles.
The 2013 growing season saw ideal conditions during the fall ripening period: relatively warm, dry days and cooler nights, resulting in full fruit concentration, balanced by Nova Scotia's signature acidity to give a vibrant, yet complex sparkling wine.
- 100% Chardonnay
- Total Acidity
- 9.1 g/L
- Residual Sweetness
- 3.5 g/L
- 308 cases of 6
Primary fermentation & partial malolactic fermentation in old/neutral French oak barriques helped create texture and complexity.
Traditional Method - Aged 4 years on lees - Disgorged early March 2018
Yellow-gold and fine, persistent bubbles in the glass. Layered aromas of baked McIntosh apple and toast, with smoky flint undertones. Lemon meringue and creamy mousse harmonize with lively acidity and a toasty depth.
A most suitable choice for special celebrations. The dry profile, elevated acidity, and pronounced minerality make this a very adaptable food wine and particularly adept at balancing rich flavours. Classic pairings include oysters, shellfish, brie style cheeses, and butter cream sauces.
Serving Temperature: 8-10°C
Recommended Drinking: 2018-2025
- Atlantic Canadian Wine Awards - Best of Class: Sparkling (2018)
- Atlantic Canadian Wine Awards - Wine of the Year (2018)
- Lieutenant Governor's Award for Excellence in Nova Scotia Wine (2018)
- National Wine Awards of Canada - Gold