The 2015 is awesome! Fantastic aromatics that are head filling andengaging. Meyer lemon, elderflower, bee’s wax and crushedstone. Focused with a long, satisfying palate. A wine for now, awine for 10 years in your cellar.
Satisfying to drink this mouth-watering wine comes loaded with flavors. Aromas of honeysuckle, yellow peach and beeswax. An impression of richness, but in fact so focused that it is long on the palate and long on pleasure.
Up there with the top Viogniers coming out of Washington (I’d put this right beside the Viognier from Cayuse), the 2014 Viognier was barrel fermented with no malolactic fermentation (just in 2014). It has fabulous Viognier character in its floral, citrus and peach aromas and flavors, and on the palate it has plenty of depth and texture, yet is pure, clean and layered. It’s a fabulous Viognier to drink over the coming 2-3 years.