Mission Hill Perpetua Osoyoos Vineyard Estate 2010, BC VQA Okanagan Valley
British Columbia, Canada
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The 2010 Mission Hill Perpetua Osoyoos Vineyard Estate, barrel fermented and aged in French Oak for 8 months, has appealing aromas of subtle pear and light oak. It is a light to medium bodied, extra-dry, fruity wine, with forward acidity and a medium finish. Drink with food or enjoy on its own, drink now – 2018. My impression: NICE to BEAUFIFUL, 91 pts. Tasted September/13.
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Made using 3 different Chardonnay clones, and uses French oak for fermentation and ageing. Medium-intensity and subtle aromas of butterscotch and oak. Slightly creamy texture on the medium-full body with restrained notes of oak, plus some butter and apple flavours. Spicy mid-palate lingers through the very long finish. Tasted Sept/2013.
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