Our 2016 Judd’s Hill Viognier was fermented entirely in stainless steel tanks at a cool temperature to preserve the aromatics. Malolactic fermentation was not induced and the wine spent five months in a mix of new and neutral oak.
The 2017 growing season was hot and dry. This vintage was marked by the tragic Wine Country fires that began on the evening of October 7th. For the most part, the vintage was another classic and the Viognier is showing notes of citrus, and stone fruit like peach and apricot. Featuring crisp acidity along with a touch of softness from the short barrel aging, this wine is exotic and fresh with lively aromatics and pleasing fruit.
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