Viognier… the Other White Wine!

Viognier… the Other White Wine!

by Beth Heiserman

Viognier is white wine varietal from the Rhône Valley in France. Officially, it is the only white grape allowed in the region. It is also grown around the world, such as Australia, North and South America. We brought in our 2016 Viognier from Lake LA. That is approximately 50 miles north east of Santa Clarita. It is my favorite white varietal.

Viognier is a full bodied white wine that is full of aromatics like peaches, tangerines, violets and minerality. Generally, it is not aged in oak because the exposure to…

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Wine and Cheese Pairing

 

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I’m always amused when I go to events or to someone’s house and
they have a cheese course. I often see cheeses that don’t pair really well with certain wines.

Cheese is a lot like wine, they both have aromas, flavors and other
nuances that are very similar. Cheese is perfect either as a starter or a dessert course. Pick a wine like a Chardonnay, one that is a little herbal and slightly fruity like Reyes 2010 Chardonnay. This wine pairs well with a variety of cheeses such as goat cheese rolled in Lavender…

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2010 Muscat

2010 Muscat

2010 Reyes Winery Estate Bottled Muscat, Sierra Pelona Valley Appellation

Our especially small production of Muscat warranted the extra care placed on the vines in 2010.  This wine was meticulously crafted to enhance the delicate natural sweetness of the superb Muscat grape. This creation is fairly full-bodied with light acidy.

Ripe delightful aromas of orange peel and a hint of delicate spice add a pleasureable fine distinction to the background and a bit of complexity to the sweet orange flavors.


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