Another great harvest has resulted in some of our most interesting white and rose wines. Great for the summer months.
Co-fermentation of Chardonnay and Viognier in a 50/50 blend creates a full bodied white wine with depth and uncommon complexity. Aromas of honey and dried apricot lead to flavors of pear and green apple with just a hint of buttered toast on the finish. Integrated acidity and great balance make this wine the personal favorite of “Ms. AWI”.
Ed. Why has no one thought to do this before? What a great blend.
Who knew you could find Viognier in Argentina? A must try wine.
Straight from the high-altitude vineyards of the Uco Valley at the foot of the Andes mountains comes this bright, medium bodied Viognier. The subtle nose of strawberry, apricot, and rose petals leads to a dry, crisp taste. The stainless-steel fermentation lets the natural balance of fruit and acidity shine in this great varietal.
Don’t let the simple label fool you, there is nothing simple about this crisp, medium-bodied blend of Viognier and Sauvignon Blanc. A beautiful golden hue when poured into the glass releases aromas of honeysuckle, peach and apricot. The palate brings out those stone fruits along with citrus from the Sauvignon Blanc, and the Viognier contributes the perfect amount of minerality to make it all sing.
Light and bright, with an aromatic nose of green apple and lime beside a deep floral base. The palate invites memories of fresh tropical fruits from the dry, soft, and elegant finish. Try this with a spicy Thai dinner or perfect for a patio happy hour.
Our Pinot Noir Rose is dry, crisp, and refreshing. Perfect for our southern summers. It pours the color of hibiscus blossoms, with an intense aroma of roses, strawberries, and almonds. The ample fruit is continued on the palate, balanced by slight nuttiness and a tailored acidity.