This fine Viognier is both delicate and powerful at the same time. Rich stone fruit flavours are balanced but beautiful floral notes of blossom and honeysuckle.
A good Viognier is a balancing act between alcohol and flavour. So the brief was simple - find a wine that has loads of spicy, creamy peach flavour, but that doesn't burn the back of your throat.
Apricot and peach flavours dominate this rich and full flavoured white that, despite the richness, retains a fine fresh acidity that matches with spicy notes on the finish.
Free-run juice and light pressings have been used to maintain a light and crisp feel to the wine, with a long 3-week fermentation period followed by 2 weeks on lees for softness of texture.
Fresh peach flavours entwine with a tropical, zesty body. The refreshing finish is awash with notes of grapefruit. It's your exquisite tipple to pair with Chinese dishes or seafood.