This is a delicious white Rhône-style blend, and you might try it as an alternative to Chardonnay. It’s quite soft and silky, with a rich array of apricot, peach, honeysuckle and buttercream flavors that finish in a swirl of spicy complexity.
A Northern Rhône-style white blend, with Marsanne, Viognier and Roussanne. Bursting with succulent peach, pear, honeysuckle and nutty aromas. Dry and complex, but with enormously complex fruit over a stately, steely structure.
Made from white Rhône grapes, this is a flashy, fleshy blend that’s as rich as a fruity dessert wine, yet it’s dry and balanced. The creamy texture carries vanilla, banana cream pie, peach and mocha flavors.
A blend of Marsanne, Viognier and Roussanne, this wine, which was grown at 3,000 feet, has a rustic feeling. Acidity controls the palate, making the ripe peach, green apple, pineapple and wildflower flavors finish tart. Might pick up bottle complexity in five or six years.
This blend of Marsanne, Viognier and Roussanne has a myriad of fruity, berry, and floral flavors. It’s very dry and finishes with a honeyed coating of the palate. It’s a bit one-dimensional, though.
Soft, sweet and savory, this Marsanne, Viognier and Roussanne blend has flavors of pineapples, pears, white currants and vanilla custard. Would really benefit from being drier and crisper.