Golden yellow. Rich, round but balanced. Flavors of elderflower, peach and lychee. The Viognier is very evident, slight sweetness but not cloying. Lovely wine with veal chops with butter and sage. Nice wine, not showing its age. Would have given this a higher score if it had a touch more acidity.
Towards the end of it's string. Still deep gold color, making it easier to see a slightly watery edge. Empty nose, with a little lemon, honey, maybe oxidation? Good pairing with some sliced iberico ham, manchego cheese, toasted baguette slices.
Medium gold... beguiling nose is a ringer for a creme brulee with perhaps a hint of lemon. Rich, palate-coating with yummy fruit and good acidity. No wonder Thomas Jefferson called this the world's best white wine!
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