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TRADITION PINOT NOIR 2013 VQA Niagara Peninsula
Vintage Assessments Tasting Note Producer DOMAINE QUEYLUS
Medium deep brick red colour. Attractive, bright, ripe plum-cherry nose with some slightly spicy, cedar-sandalwood notes. Dry, medium bodied, still youthful, ripe plum-crancherry flavours with a very crisp, slightly cedary, lingering, fairly high acid finish. Ready-to-drink. Has 13% alcohol and 2 g/L residual sugar. A repeat of the 2013 that last appeared in Vintages (***) on February 4, 2017 at $29.95 and was Recommended. CSPC 392738
Type Red Table Wine
Agent Phi Dan
Country Canada
Region Ontario
Rating ***(90 points)
Ripe, Plum, Spicy, Crancherry
LCBO Text Status Recommended by Vintage Assessments!
Tasting Note: Sweet, warm and slightly herbal on the nose with fine spiciness. The palate is sweet, warm and fresh with ripe fruit. Score - 90. (Jamie Goode, wineanorak.com, June 2015) Price $ 29.95
Bottle Size 750 mL
Tasting Date vintages release - June 10, 2017
Cases bought 137 (6 bottles per case)

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