Clay Station 2004 Viognier (Lodi)

Planted as a bit of a fluke—the only vines available to plant the last 40 acres were Viognier—but the results have been just fine. The wine is a bit floral and peppery, like nasturtium blossoms, rounded out with ample pear and peach fruit. Low acidity and a hint of sweetness mark the finish.

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