Category: White Wine
Region: St. David’s Bench Niagara Region, Ontario
Format: 750 mL
Producer: Niagara College Teaching Winery
Alcohol: 12.0% Alcohol/Vol.
This balanced wine makes it one of the better oak aged Ontario Chards for under $20. Score: 90/100.
Tasting Note: Gold in colour with good acidity, medium-low intense nose & a long length on the finish. This wine features: Lemon drops, peach, pear, honeydew melon, ginger, dill, oak spice & vanilla.
Interesting Point: Using the right glass is key to enjoying this wine. Normally with an oak aged Chard I would use the larger open glassware. However, this wine is better with the Chablis style wine glass. I found the larger wine glass mutes the notes on this wine, while the Chablis glass lets these wonderful notes come to the surface.
Pairings: Drink this now or in next 3-4 years on its own or pair it with rotisserie chicken.
My Opinion: Highly Recommended
Tasted: Oct 28, 2021
Great value for money. Good tip about choice of glass to bring out distinctive notes.
Mikey From my i-phone