2014 Mission Hill Five Vineyards Chardonnay mini review

Slightly golden in color with a mild, varietal chard nose. On the mid palate the wine displays some nice apple/pear to match the nose. On the medium length finish the wine displays some nice mild vanilla and butterscotch. The fruit builds nicely in the mouth. This is a smooth lightly oaked (8 months) chard. Not a bad deal for the price. I would give it an 88 or so. Be careful to not serve this too cold or it will come across as bland. Note this is a general list product, not vintages (so you know where to look in your LCBO!). The LCBO call it light and Crisp, I think I’d agree.This is one of those Chards unoaked Chard lovers might be ok with …

from the LCBO web site:
Mission Hill Five Vineyards Chardonnay VQA — LCBO#: 281212
Mission Hill Five Vineyards Chardonnay VQA
STYLE – Light & Crisp
Straw yellow colour; pear, golden apple and touch citrus in the nose; juicy pear, apple and lemon flavours with balanced acidity
Release Date:May 11, 2012
Alcohol/Vol 13.5% Made in:British Columbia, Canada By: Mission Hill Vineyards Inc. Sugar Content:5 g/L Sweetness Descriptor:XD – Extra Dry Style:Light & Crisp

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