Peller, Ice Cuvee, Sparkling, Niagara, Canada, NV


Grapes: Chardonnay 70% ; Grape Pinot Noir 30%

What a gorgeous wine, we love this stuff. And it's Canadian, brilliant. 

Using the ‘methode classique’, individual batches of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are fermented in tank. A cuvee is made using a selection of these wines which are then bottled with yeast and sugar. After ageing on the lees for approximately 30 months, the bottles are riddled, disgorged and a dosage of Icewine (110ml) is added. 

Food matching: Enjoy before a meal with salty appetizers, seafood or creamy risotto or with fresh fruit and creamy cheeses.

Awards: GOLD MEDAL, American Wine Society 2006 GOLD MEDAL, All Canadian Wine Championships 2007 SILVER MEDAL, Effervescents du Monde, Chaintré France 2006 SILVER MEDAL, Grand Harvest Awards 2007, California SILVER MEDAL, International Wine Challenge 2011 BRONZE MEDAL, Decanter World Wine Awards 2012 SILVER MEDAL, International Wine & Spirit Competition 2012 BRONZE MEDAL, International Wine & Spirit Competition 2013 COMMENDED, Decanter World Wine Awards 2014 COMMENDED, International Wine Challenge 2014 90 points. 


Tasting Note:

Sparkling and deeply refreshing, dry but with hints of honey, perfumed with apricots, yeast and ripe apples, with flavours of tropical fruit and sweet grapefruit. Excellent value.