Flashcards in Ontario Deck (15)
Ontario has approximately _________ acres dedicated to vinifera grapes
The 3 main appellations of Ontario are:
Niagara Peninsula, Lake Erie North Shore, Prince Edward County
What happened to Pelee Island in 2013? What is its status currently?
It was formally deregulated, in 2016 it was included in the South Islands sub-appellation of Lake Erie North Shore
All of Ontario's appellations are located between __ and __ latitude
41 and 44
What climatic effect mitigates the otherwise cool climate of Ontario?
The Lake Effect provided by the Great Lakes
What is Ontario's largest VQA area? Regional appellations?
Niagara Peninsula; Niagara Escarpment and Niagara-on-the-Lake
What are the dominant grapes of Niagara Peninsula?
Riesling, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir
What is Niagara Peninsula's most acclaimed wine?
What is the process of creating icewine?
Producers declare intent in November to the VQA, allow grapes to remain on vine until Winter, harvesting grapes at night when temps reach -8 C.
While icewine represents about _____ of Ontario's exports, it only accounts for ___ of production
Where is Prince Edward County located?
To the North, separated from the mainland by water.
What are the most common varieties in Prince Edward County?
Pinot Noir and Chardonnay
What are permitted actual alcohol ranges for Fortified & Liqueur Wines of Ontario?
What are permitted actual alcohol ranges for Ontario Vin de Cure?