Has a certain crisp acidity that many Viogniers lack, which balances out honey and tropical yellow fruit flavors. Its concentration doesn’t hit you with a whollop, but it’s still good, with floral, apple, pear and honey aromas.
A workhorse of a wine, one that will get the job done with ease but may not win any beauty contests. It’s big and a little bulky in the mouth, with melon, pear and danish pastry flavors and sour pear, matchstick and lemon aromas.
On the nose, fruit is sweet and jammy—rather like grape jelly. The fruit sours up on the palate, where rhubarb and plum notes take over. Straightforward; finishes with a smooth, chalky feel.