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Bright and crisp with a nose full of citrus zest, Asian pear, unripe mango and melon – this is a plump and juicy wine on the palate that leads with fruit and lingers with subtle herbal notes.
Viognier can be very floral and flabby when allowed to get overripe on the vine. We pick it early to bring out the tropical flavors of melon, balanced with the floral aromas of honeysuckle. We also find a nice level of acid provides a bit of lemon peel to balance to abundant fruit.
Roussanne is golden in the glass with an aroma of Meyer lemon, honeycomb, spices and baked apple. It’s medium to full bodied with a round middle and a hint of floral notes on the finish.
Fruity and floral on the nose with an exotic whiff of peach blossom, melon, honeysuckle, and vanilla. Viognier adds weight to the palate while the brisk acidity of the wine keeps it from becoming cloying. Picpoul blanc provides the backbone and a minerality for longevity.
In its youth, this wine is a mouthful of plum and cherry fruit with pleasant notes of dried herbs and a bright, clean palate. As this wine ages, we expect it to mellow into a silky smoothness centered less on fruit and more on the herbal complexity.
52% Grenache – 28% Syrah – 20% Mourvèdre – The trick in creating this blend is to stay true to its Cote du Rhône roots by keeping it light, and fruit-forward. Grenache provides the core of red fruit, strawberry, cherry, and hints of leather. Syrah adds the bass notes with deep, dark fruit and spices. […]