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2007 Miner Family Viognier Simpson Vineyard
3 Ratings
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3 Ratings
2007 Miner Family Viognier Simpson Vineyard

Wine Details

Varietal

Viognier

Style

White

Wine Description

Aromatically complex with citrus and honeysuckle notes on the nose and a plush feel on the palate, our Viognier consistently displays a fine balance of natural acidity and intense concentra­tion. Sourced from John Simpson’s low-yielding vineyards in Madera, this quintessential food wine was whole cluster pressed and stainless steel fermented to allow the vibrant, tropical and stone fruit characteristics of this varietal to shine.

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Aromatically complex with citrus and honeysuckle notes on the nose and a plush feel on the palate, our Viognier consistently displays a fine balance of natural acidity and intense concentra­tion. Sourced from John Simpson’s low-yielding vineyards in Madera, this quintessential food wine was whole cluster pressed and stainless steel fermented to allow the vibrant, tropical and stone fruit characteristics of this varietal to shine.

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    aksnowden

    Richness if Chardonnay yet fresh and clean- slightly spiced peaches, touch of honey, anise, kiwi; Age to 2011

    almost 5 years
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    Fellow Drync'er

    Citrus and honeysuckle, 2 1/2

    about 5 years
Expert Reviews
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  • Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wines
    Sweetly spiced peaches merge with touches of honey, anise and kiwi in the deep, impressively filled aromas of this well-focused youngster, and the equally rich flavors that follow show lots of fruity substance and no let-up in depth. Full-bodied and quite well-balanced with Chardonnay-like richness and weight, it is a wine of considerable potential and should grow into better with a year or two of quiet time in your cellar. GOOD VALUE
  • CellarTracker Community Tasting Notes
    Community Tasting Notes (average 86.4 pts. and median of 86 pts. in 22 notes)