Taste tag : Aromatic and supple
La Cantina Vallée d'Oka Pinot Noir
La Cantina Vallée d'Oka Pinot Noir

La Cantina Vallée d'Oka Pinot Noir 2020

Red wine
| 750 ml
| Canada
Quebec
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90 % of 100
$25.95

$25.95

Product of Québec : Origine Québec

Detailed info

  • Country Canada
  • Region Quebec, Basses-Laurentides
  • Regulated Designation Protected geographical indication (PGI)
  • Classification Quebec wine certified
  • Grape variety Pinot noir 100 %
  • Degree of alcohol 12.2 %
  • Sugar content 2.3 g/L
  • Color Red
  • Size 750 ml
  • Producer Vignoble de la Rivière du Chêne
  • Promoting agent La Céleste Vins et Spiritueux Inc.
  • SAQ code 13952941
  • UPC code 00827924036317
  • Product of Québec Origine Québec

Tasting

  • Vintage tasted 2020
  • Aromas cherry, sweet spices, tobacco, undergrowth
  • Acidity present
  • Sweetness dry
  • Body medium-bodied
  • Mouthfeel delicate
  • Wood balanced
  • Serving temperature From 15°C to 17°C

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  1. Currant, maple and rum pork tenderloin
    Preparation 5 minutes | maceration: 1 hour
    Cooking time 20 minutes
  2. Rabbit with prunes
    Preparation 10 minutes
    Cooking time 1 hour 15 minutes
  3. Wild mushroom risotto
    Preparation 10 minutes
    Cooking time 30 to 35 minutes

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of Kevin B.
Saint-Joseph-du-Lac
November 6, 2022
(Automatically translated) I'm not a fan of Quebec red wines, but here we talk! This Pinot Noir from Oka, produced a few minutes from my home, is simple and excellent. I tasted this product with duck bourguignon. This is my favorite of the summer! :)
of Olivier T.
Grand-Mère
October 10, 2022
(Automatically translated) **Team favourite** Pinot Noir is a fragile grape variety and difficult to grow, so it is to the credit of this estate to have managed to create this wine in a climate like that of Quebec. This light and subtle Pinot Noir will appeal to connoisseurs and beginner tasters alike.
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