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Petite Juliette, 2019
Shipped and sold by Lang Vineyards
- Pinot Blanc
44% Riesling, 39.5% Gewürztraminer, 14.5% Pinot Blanc and 2% Muscat. All the varietals were fermented in stainless steel tanks and then blended together to make the perfect flavor profile. In the end, 2% of Muscat was added to help deliver the more flowery notes on the nose. This wine is a great balance of acidity and sweetness and it is very easy to drink. May get aromas of exotic fruits, white lily and green apples. Pairs nicely with BC coast cuisine.
The 2019 vintage was a featured wine in October 2021's Wine Club package.
Tasting notes written by Tony Aspler.
Geographical Indication: BC VQA Okanagan Valley
Varietal: Riesling (44%), Gewürztraminer (39.5%), Pinot Blanc (14.5%), Muscat (2%)
Vineyard: Various Naramata Bench & Oliver vineyards
Residual Sugar: 5.3 g/L
Cases Produced: 920
Appearance: Pale straw in colour.
Nose: Spicy, aromatic nose of lychee, lemon zest, and grapefruit.
Palate: Medium-bodied, just off-dry with good tension between the honeyed grapefruit flavour, the muscat’s grapey-floral note, and the spine of acidity from the riesling. Sustains well on the palate.
Quality: 90 points. Outstanding. Drink now.
Food Pairing: Golden beet carpaccio, lemongrass pork with vermicelli noodles, halibut with grapefruit beurre blanc, smoked trout with horseradish cream, and apricot and brie bruschetta.