2013 Casa-Deea Dea’s Cuvee sparkling wine

I enjoy being close to two wine regions, Niagara and Prince Edward County. The wines from PEC are coming along nicely. Casa Dea has been doing some consistently good wines for a while now. This one, is just an example of that. I last wrote up the 2011 vintage of this wine so when I wanted a bubbly for New Years eve I reached for this one. Pale in color with a nice nose of minerality and citrus. On the mid pallet the wine matches the nose with a nice crisp dry wine showing notes of minerality and citrus. The bubbles are nice and fine. The wine is medium in length with the citrus lingering a bit. I would give this a solid 88. Very nice. Next time you want some bubbles give this one a try! Well done PEC …

From the LCBO web site:
Casa Dea Dea’s Cuvee Sparkling VQA — LCBO#: 261263
STYLE – Light & Fruity
Pale straw colour; light citrus aromas with mineral, yeasty and biscuit notes; off-dry with light apple and citrus fruit flavours. $18.95

Alcohol/Vol 12.5% Made in: Ontario, Canada By: Casa-Dea Vineyards Ltd Sugar Content: 28 g/L Style:Light & Fruity


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