Bergevin Lane 2004 Viognier (Columbia Valley (WA))

Thick and peachy, with the weight of Roussanne (19%) married to the elegance of the Viognier (81%), this barrel-fermented, oak-aged wine displays intense fruit flavors of apricot, white peach and citrus. Round and fleshy, it retains sufficient acid to prevent a flabby impression. A nice kiss of vanilla sends it on its way. Paul Gregutt

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