90 points – Michelle Bouffard – Wine Align – July 2017
Nez tout en fraîcheur avec des notes de fruits mûrs de citron et de pomme et une touche de miel. Corps léger et dotée d’une texture délicate. Simple, mais bien fait.
Fresh nose with notes of ripe fruit of lemon and apple and a touch of honey. Lightweight body with a delicate texture. Simple, but well done.
89 points – John Szabo – Wine Align – July 2017
As the name “brut quotidien” implies, this is a dry bubbly for everyday drinking, but a pretty fine average day it would be. Made from riesling and chardonnay in the tank/charmat method, this is all joyful fruit, fresh apple and pear, with an appealing whiff of white flowers. The palate is dry, further tightened up by firm acids, with decent length to be sure. This invites additional sips. A fine aperitif.
88 points – Treve Ring – Gismondi On Wine – July 2017
Apricot blossoms, tight pear, peach fuzz fill this new, foamy charmat fizz from Joie, a blend of riesling and chardonnay from vineyards in Kelowna, Naramata and Skaha. The 2016 fruit was dosed with Joie’s riesling solera, which has been quietly ticking away, unsulphured. Prickly bright on the palate, riding a swell of residual sugar and an even higher swell of total acidity, this is meant to be enjoyed young and fresh (this summer). Quotidien means “your daily ration”, if you need a reason to drink fizz daily. A serious price for a not so serious wine