It’s ok to wear flip-flops to dinner. It’s ok dance in the aisles. And it’s definitely ok to enjoy fresh, fruity, frank white wines in any setting and with any meal. Never heard of Viognier? You’re not alone. It’s almost like this exotic grape variety engenders a conspiracy to whit it only allows itself to be grown in certain specific locations, in very specific climatic conditions. Like vinous sleuths, the W.O.W. team has been hunting for a Viognier to include in the calendar, but only if all the boxes were checked. Floral? Check. Tropical? Check. Texturally seductive? Oh yeah…check! Trust us, it’s ok to love this Cali Viognier as much as we do.

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PAIRINGS

Enjoy It's OK to Drink White Wine After Labor Day Viognier with:

  • Food:  Ceviche

  • Candy: Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

SEA TO SHINING VIOGNIER

There is nothing like the aroma of a great Viognier - heady, lifted, piercing; leaping out of the glass. The sheer variety of flavors this grape variety can produce is exhilarating! Grown mere miles from the Pacific Ocean, It’s Ok to Drink Wine After Labor Day Viognier soaks up the maritime influence and expresses its Terroir in a dazzling cornucopia of stone fruit aromas, tropical fruit flavors and a sea-breeze minerality that is unmistakably unique and undeniably delicious.

 

French Viognier is one of the least encountered, and in many instances most expensive, white wines in the world. Yet, we don’t have to jump on a plane to taste its’ beguiling seductiveness. Every bit of the unctuousness, viscosity and richness of great French Viognier can be found right here on the Pacific Coast, at a fraction of the price.

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THE FINE PRINT

APPELLATION: California
VINTAGE: 2017
COMPOSITION: 100% Viognier
WINEMAKER NOTES: It’s Ok To Drink Wine After Labor Day Viognier features quince, mango, key lime and honey notes - an incredible range of flavors. Zippy lemon acidity prevents this exotic white from feeling heavy or cloying.  Every time we taste it, we're left wondering why we don't drink more Viognier!
ALCOHOL: 13.85%
pH: 3.39
RESIDUAL SUGAR: 4.2g/L