Monday, August 4, 2008

2006 Tablas Creek Viognier

So far I've had nothing but good experiences with Tablas Creek wines and this one continues the string.

Light in color, it smelled and tasted like a Viognier with ripe and natural apricot, peach and flowery aromas and flavors. Richly mouthfilling and creamy at first, buoyant acidity emerged to balance it all out.

I liked this wine because of the pure, flavorful fruit and its balance. I would suggest consuming it now or in the near future to make the most of the fresh fruit.

$21.60 direct from the winery, this is another two-thumbs up winner from Tablas Creek.

Here's the YouTube matching music video for the wine. Click here if you can't see it below.




Here is the link to the CD page at Amazon.com: Laura Nyro

2 comments:

GollyGumDrops said...

I had a craze on Viognier last year, and then backed off, maybe it's time to re-introduce it into a balanced wine diet.

MonkuWino said...

Well if you get back into Viognier, you can't go wrong with Tablas Creek! Twisted Oak's 2006 is a good one, too!