Brilliant yellow, very attractive. Also very aromatic: spring flowers, apricots, spice and, yes, a hint of Elmer's glue, workmanlike and serious. On the palate, the same contrast: bright acid with broad undertones and a bigger body than you might expect from the flowery top notes. This wine is unlike any wine I have ever tasted from the Northern Rhone, but it is quite enjoyable.
Monday, January 25, 2021
d'Arenberg The Hermit Crab McLaren Vale Viognier Marsanne, 2018
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