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2022 Nova 7

2022 Nova 7

2022

Regular price $17.34
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Nova Scotia’s favourite wine made with a blend of Muscat, Ortega, Riesling, Geisenheim, l'Acadie, and Vidal. Our 2022 Nova 7 is our most accomplished vintage to date, striking more than ever the perfect balance between our vibrant natural acidity and the most fragrant floral aromatics. On the palate, the wine refreshes immediately with a rich combination of honeysuckle, lemon cream, and a touch of spring floral blossoms. Nova 7’s enticing aromatics especially complement foods with spice and flare.

TECH SPECS

Vintage: 2022

Varietal Composition: A blend of Muscat, Ortega, Riesling, Geisenheim, l’Acadie, and Vidal.

Alc. by vol.: 6.5%

pH: 3.11

TA: 10.09 g/l

RS: 50 g/l

Brix (avg. at harvest): 18ºBx

Service Temp (°C): 3°C

Recommended Drinking: 2023-2025

SHIPPING & DELIVERY

• Free delivery over $50 to select areas of HRM & Wolfville
• Free shipping over $300 within Canada
• Canada Post shipping rates are calculated at checkout based on package weight and region

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FURTHER NOTES

At the time of writing these lines, we have already learned that the winter of 2023 will likely lead to one of the most significant agricultural challenges in the history of Nova Scotia wine growing.

This sheds an unsuspected light on the 2022 vintage, giving it a special status as we prepared for a viticultural rebuild that could extend beyond the upcoming year.

Simply put, the 2022 Nova 7 is our most accomplished to date, striking more than ever the perfect balance - possible only within our unique tidal ecosystem - between our natural vibrant acidity and the most fragrant floral aromatics. This wine is to be celebrated as an achievement in low-intervention winemaking, featuring no sulphites at harvest, wild fermentations, and the lowest possible interference between your glass and the vineyard.

Perhaps most importantly, this vintage of Nova 7 serves as a reminder of the extraordinary possibilities that can be expected from the preservation of our vineyards; a degree of uniqueness and quality so high it is deserving of our unfailing commitment.