Tabali Viognier Reserve 2010
At Tabali winery, there is total commitment to crafting unique wines with distinct regional character and full of Limari expression. They are passionate about producing the highest quality wines by carefully balancing all elements, growing healthy vines, a careful selection of grapes and ultimately the best winemaking techniques. The young and enthusiastic team is dedicated to producing wines that wine lovers around the world can taste and enjoy. The vineyards from where these Viognier grapes are harvested are planted 29 kms from the Pacific Ocean, which has a great influence on the temperatures of the area due to the strong breezes that every day get into the continent, cooling the area and making it very suitable for grape growing, plus a spectacular phitosanitary conditions of the grape because of the absence of rain during the harvest season makes this place a paradise for vines and good quality grape. This aromatic and subtle Viognier presents citrus and Custard Apple notes on the nose along with soft hints of raisins on a floral background. On the palate its gentle consistency mixes with its floral and citrus notes leaving a pleasant and prolonged persistence.
External Reviews for Tabali Viognier Reserve
Delicate stone fruit, white peaches dominate this plush, aromatic white from the Limari Valley in Chile where the temperature never goes above 85 degrees and never freezes. There is a lovely freshness in the finish making this Viognier easy drinking without being too rich.
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