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2016 COOLSHANAGH Chardonnay

COOLSHANAGH Chardonnay 2016

36,90* CAD

36,90$* * Prix de détail suggéré

  • 34 caisses disponibles

  • Portfolio
  • Portfolio
  • Trialto
  • Code produit
  • Code produit
  • 399691
  • Conditionnement
  • Conditionnement
  • 12x750ml
  • Type d'approvisionnement
  • Type d'approvisionnement
  • Domestique
  • Status
  • Statut
  • Disponible
  • Pays
  • Pays
  • Canada
  • Désignation réglementée
  • Désignation réglementée
  • Vin de table (VDT)
  • Région
  • Région
  • Colombie-Britannique
  • Sous-région
  • Sous-région
  • Vallée de l'Okanagan, Naramata
  • Cépage(s)
  • Cépage(s)
  • Chardonnay 100 %
  • Couleur
  • Couleur
  • Blanc
  • Fermeture
  • Fermeture
  • Métal vissé

Revues de Presse

  • - 93 Points -

    Octobre 2018

    Coolshanagh produces a small amount (1200 cases) of estate grown chardonnay all off a west south-west facing vineyard at 49.6 degrees north. To me this is a true cult wine because it’s extremely limited and the quality is very fine. Burgundy is the model, winemaker Matt Dumayne is in charge, and sensibly the wine is much more about the scrubby pine trees and grasses that dot the landscape that clings to a ledge high above the lake. The grapes are fermented whole cluster in neutral French oak and new French foudres with smaller amounts placed into egg-shaped concrete fermenters. The two are mixed together and placed in concrete egg-shaped vessels for ten months of lees contact. Size matters at Coolshanagh (the name translates to 'a meeting place') and because the vineyard is small, the fruit is picked, block by block, several times. In 2016 it began in mid-September and ran into early October. Post ageing and lees stirring it was bottled without fining or filtration. This is the most elegant Coolshanagh yet, offering electric acidity, creamy lees textures and rich layered apple/pear with some of the best French oak framing I have experienced in the Okanagan. Wow.

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  • - 93 Points -

    Octobre 2018

    This elegant wine has aromas and flavours of citrus and apple with very subtle oak, bright acidity and a spine of minerality. The flavours are fresh and focused, supported with good texture.

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  • - 93 Points -

    Octobre 2018

    Made by Matt Dumayne at the Okanagan Crush Pad, this is a beautiful Chardonnay from the estate vineyard of the same name on the Naramata Bench. A combination of oak puncheouns and concrete eggs were used for fermentation, with minimal handling, lees stirring and bottle unfiltered and unfined. The nose shows creamy apple, lemon, quince, and elegant spice accents. Such lovely texture and purity of fruit on the palate with creamy, bready pear/apple notes, citrus, minerals and well-integrated spice that’s all lifted by firm acidity on the finish. Just a gorgeous, personable Chardonnay.

    Voir la revue de presse détaillée