A 60/40 blend respectively, the wine is a representation of its constituent parts. Aromatically of Viognier: apricot, peach and a touch of honeysuckle. It's pretty and very approachable.
The palate, in contrast, shows quite a 'nutty' entry - the Marsanne presenting itself - with weight, texture, phenolic characters and a mineral edge. This segues to a slight citrus tinged, gently acidic finish.
Refreshing and approachable, to the uninitiated the contrast between the two components may be a little confronting. Check out Wine Buzz Team tasting the wine at Murray Street's Cellar Door here (about 4m20s in).
Source: Good Food & Wine Show
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