What the Critics say
From two vineyards, hand-picked, whole-bunch pressed, the juice extracted softly and slowly, wild-fermented in new and used French barrels, a brief maturation following fermentation. This is a very good viognier, and a seriously good wine.
Tim Smith sees Viognier as a varietal with a sturdy point of difference. He believes that it combines all the great features of other Australian white wines; it has good palate weight like Chardonnay or Semillon, wonderful acid structure like Riesling, and lifted aromatics like Sauvignon Blanc.
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