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Township 7 Vineyards and Winery 'Vega, Okanagan Valley
90 Points

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Region: Okanagan Valley Naramata / Penticton
Vintage: 2020
Winery: $33.0 sold out

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WineScores' Review

Racy, fresh, peachy.
Township 7's recent portfolio expansion of traditional method sparklers has solidified their standing as one of Canada's top in that genre.
The Vega is made entirely of estate grow Viognier, from T7's Fool's Gold Vineyard in Oliver.
The grapes were picked with high natural acidity and left “en tirage” for 12 months to ensure the that the aromatic character of the variety was maintained and that a small amount of autolytic character was present. After riddling the wine was disgorged and a proprietary dosage was added for varietal character and aroma.
Warm peach brioche, lemon drops and honey, roasted nut and apple aromas lead to a racy palate. It has similar peachy notes on the palate with snappy citrus and bread dough flavours.

Recommended Pairings
Wedding Wines, First Date, French Food, Creamy Dishes, Appetizers, Aperitifs, Cocktails, Desserts

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Wine Scores reviewed - 2022-11-30 15:42:43.0


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