Light and tropical, this food friendly Viognier from the North Fork region of Long Island, NY is a departure from what you’re used to if you’ve been drinking Viognier from VA or CA.
A dry, funky sparkling rose’ in a can? Color me surprised. The Le Petit Sparkling Rose’ from Domaine Bousquet offers good value and better quality than you’d think you’d get in a can, making it perfect for the last days of summer.
A blended white from France, the 2017 Ferraton Pere & Fils Cotes-du-Rhone Samorens Blanc shows balance and a great value.
A unique blend of several grapes, what did I really think of the 2016 Ferraton Pere & Fils Cotes du Rhone Samorens Blanc?
How does a Chardonnay blend play as we move into the summer? With Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, and Roussane joining the party, there’s certainly potential for a nice summer sipper, but does it deliver?