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Jost Vineyards Tidal Bay 2018 Wine Review

Jost Vineyards Tidal Bay 2018

Jost Vineyards Tidal Bay 2018

Nova Scotia, Canada

Community Score:88/100

Community Reviews: 4

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Price: $20.95

Drink: 2020-2021

Bottle size: 750 ml

Alcohol: 11%

Sweetness: Dry

Wine Type: White Wine

Winery: Jost Vineyards

Agent: Wilson Group Wines And Spirits

Natalie's Score: 89/100

A vibrant off-dry white wine blend of 60% L'Acadie, 15% Muscat, Ortega and 10% Cayuga grapes from Nova Scotia's largest winery. Aromatic with white florals, lime, lemon zest and soft citrus. Juicy with a light citrusy spritz, soft orange, lime and lemon zest flavours with a mouth-watering briny mineral finish that would cut through any reach seafood dish.

Food pairings: seafood canapes, salads, grilled shellfish.

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This Jost Vineyards Tidal Bay 2018 was reviewed on April 1, 2020 by Natalie MacLean

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Linda Mertes WSET 2 rated this wine as 88/100 with the following review:

A white blend from Nova Scotia, including Muscat grapes and hybrids seen on the East Coast of Canada such as l'Acadie Blanc and Cayuga, this would be a soft introduction to wine from this province. Light-bodied with floral aromas, there is citrus and stone fruit on the palate. Well-balanced with a smooth, fruity, medium finish. Pair with poultry, seafood, fish or mild cheeses.
Daniel O'Keefe rated this wine as 88/100 with the following review:

The white wine of Nova Scotia, Tidal Bay is a fruity and lightly sweet white blend that pairs perfectly with seafood. This offering uses l'Acadie Blanc, New York Muscat, GM-318, Cayuga, and Osceola Muscat. The nose is like Fuzzy Peach candies mixed with mango, pineapple, and grapefruit. It smells fruity and sweet, but the palate is on the drier side with high acidity and balanced sweetness. Very nicely done, typical of Tidal Bay though a touch drier than many. Looking at a grilled shrimp food pairing. 88 points.
Jost's Tidal Bay 2018 is aromatic on the nose with exotic florals, lime-lemon zest and mineral notes. This is an off-dry white wine blend of 60% L'Acadie, 15% Muscat, Ortega and 10% Cayuga grapes from Nova Scotia's largest winery. Slightly spritzy and foot friendly with amazing acidity for grilled shellfish and seafood dishes. - Community Wine Reviews

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