A nice, full bodied Viognier from Arroyo Grande Valley, an AVA within the Central Coast. This wine has the flowery aromas and hint of sweetness that Viognier is known for, but also has some good creamy oak backbone to make this a bigger wine. Definitely interesting and different, and one to pick up for any Chardonnay lovers looking to branch out.
Deep Sea wines are made from grapes grown in California’s moderate coastal climates. The vineyards along the California coastline are cooled by fog and ocean breezes; grapes grown here are distinctively different from those grown in warmer inland areas. The ethereal fog-like wave on the Deep Sea label represents the cooling influence of the Pacific Ocean. These wines are light and well-balanced. Perfect to drink alone but they also pair well with food.More from this winery
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