Just sip one glass and you'll hear a tale. A tale of a tasteful trip. That started with this Viognier, aboard this winery ship. The mate was a mighty winemaker, the assistant brave and sure. The Twisted Few set sail that day for a winemaking tour, a winemaking tour. The weather started getting rough, the vineyard almost lost. If not for the courage of the cellar crew the flavors would be lost, the flavors would be lost. Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah something something something isle, with apricots, and lilacs too. Taste apricots, citrus, pears. A racy kick, on the end, and Mary Ann, in this Twisted Oak Wine.
“It’s like going into a department store, and before your can say ‘Stop!’ some perky thing in a floral print blasts you with the latest from Yves St. Ralph!” Not this Viognier! Sure, you will detect hints of apricot, but lychee and almond blossom take center stage upstairs in the Aroma Dept. Meanwhile, in the Flavor Dept. (1st floor, just past Lingerie), you’ll taste peaches along with citrus and pineapple flavors, finishing up with racy acidity. Perfect for your holiday, or everyday, shopping experience!
39% Viognier from Dragone Ranch Vineyard,
50% Viognier from Dalton Vineyard,
11% Picpoul from Dragone Ranch Vineyard
Food Pairing Notes
He said creamy! Soft creamy cheeses,
BBQ’d Chicken, Spanish or Asian dishes. Or how about:
Grilled Prawns: Sauté garlic, salt, finely chopped mango and Pineapple, add Viognier
and just enough coconut milk to make it a little sticky when the wine reduces.
Add wasabi and minced ginger to taste. Marinate prawns in their broken shells 2 hrs and grill over plain charcoal.