Apricot and lychee in the nose, nice weight, strong peaches and flesh of stone fruit in mouthfeel. Some acidity but not quite enough. It wasn't void of acidity but needed a bit more to reach balance. Overall an enjoyable drink that would appeal to some especially at $12.
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(Desert Wind Winery Viognier Wahluke Slope) Just a tinge of color. Ripe white peaches, a touch of hay, and mineral on a promising nose. The taste is clean and enjoyable but shows a fair amount of alcohol at times. 100% Viognier (Desert Wind Vineyard). Aged in 97% stainless steel, 3% barrel fermentation. No malolactic fermentation. 15% alcohol. 512 cases produced.
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