This is an amazing Roussanne/Viognier blend from Sanguis called Three Sketches of a Dream. 2014, released earlier this year. Highly recommend and indistinguishable from SQN. This has serious depth of flavor and acidity to keep it all together. The finish is long and enjoyable with honey and some citrus notes and maybe cantelope? Gorgeous wine. Serve at cellar temp and let her go. Hats off to Mattias and Elliot on another superb creation. — 10 days ago
Dark golden in color.
Pretty nose of flowers, citrus, lemons, yellow apples, spices and white pepper.
Full bodied and creamy with medium acidity and long legs.
Dry on the palate with citrus, apples, pears, light tropical fruits, honey suckle, spices and light black pepper.
Tangy finish with limes.
This is a delicious Viognier from Arizona. Nicely balanced with a nice mouthfeel. Shows nice complexity and easy drinking.
A great sipping wine. Neither bitter nor tart. Love that.
I had the 2018 last year, but this 2019 is so much better.
I had it all by itself by the lake. Delicious wine.
100% Viognier grapes from Southeastern Arizona were aged for 19 months in French oak barrels and stainless steel. A small production of only 350 cases.
14.4% alcohol by volume.
$35. — a month ago
My last bottle of 4 and I was lucky to get 4 bottles when it was released. Only 1800 made due to frost destroying 92% of the crop. That apricot note from the Viognier, in its youth has integrated. Lovely savoury spicy aromas - like an Arabian Spice Bazaar as Halliday once described this Cuvée from Clonakilla. Amazing intensity with spice and dried sweet herb. Long considered the benchmark for Shiraz Viognier in this country. Perhaps challenged by Yarra Yering Dry Red No. 2 on occasions. — 4 days ago