Henry Of Pelham Cuvée Catharine Carte Blanche Blanc De Blanc 2011, VQA Short Hills Bench

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Sparkling Sparkling
Ontario, Canada

$44.95 (315200)

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91 pts
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November 12, 2016

Critic Reviews (5)

Michael Godel
Michael Godel

It’s always a highly anticipated taste when a vintage dated Cuvée Catherine is on the table sidled and promoted with...

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Janet Dorozynski Dip WSET, Ph.D.
Janet Dorozynski Dip WSET, Ph.D.

A very classy Blanc de Blanc with an intriguing nose of baked apple, citrus and grilled nuts which gives way to fine...

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Nadia  Fournier
Nadia Fournier

A safe bet. Always a very good fruity, tangy and yet round in the mouth and flavors. More personality than most....

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National Wine Awards of Canada
National Wine Awards of Canada

Aggregate final score from judges at the 2016 National Wine Awards of Canada. Tasted blind June 2016.

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David Lawrason
David Lawrason

This vintage-dated blanc de blanc (chardonnay) really shows the crispness and tartness of the cool 2011 vintage. It’s...

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Community Reviews (1)

Neil Phillips
Neil Phillips

Aromas of baked bread, lemon curd, golden delicious and green apples, slight hazelnut. Brioche is evident - no surprise given 54 months on the lees.

On the palate, a very fine, delicate mousse and creamy mouthfeel carries flavours of white grapefruit apple, lemon, biscuits. Finish is medium-plus with a hint of spice, roasted chestnuts.

Outstanding traditional-method sparkler from Ontario. Will easily stand up to finer Champagne.

Tasted December 2016.

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