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Peirano Estate Vineyards – Viognier

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USA - CA
Central Valley - California
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The Facts

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  • 2021 (750ml) - 7 96238 01801 5
  • 2020 (750ml) - 7 96238 01801 5
Origins USA - CA > Central Valley - California > Lodi
Appellation Lodi
Varietal Viognier
Cepage 100% Viognier
Winemaking Malolactic Fermentation: 50% Total Acidity: .576g Residual Sugar: .60
Aging French and American oak, 15% New
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The Character

Overall Rich and buttery
Aromas Tropical and stone fruit, toast, vanilla, florals
Mouthfeel Full-bodied
Tasting Notes Aromas of honeysuckle, guava and butter are complemented by a hint of toasty brioche. On the palate, lush flavors of fresh ripe apricots, lychee, vanilla and floral are balanced by flavors of peaches and butter. For you buttery Chardonnay lovers, this Viognier is for you.
Selling Point Double Gold Medal, Best of CA/Class CA State Fair Wine Comp
Pairings Chicken with cream sauces, brie or comte, spicy Korma

The Story

Even in the wonderful climate of Lodi, Viognier is still a challenge in the vineyard. The growing season in 2020 allowed the fruit to gain a great balance between sugar, acid and other flavors. The HAND-PICKED crop was brought into the winery in small bins, in peak condition.
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About Peirano Estate Vineyards

Brand Story

In 1992, Lance Randolph, the 4th generation of Peirano to farm the 300 acre estate, began making Peirano wine simply for himself and to prove Lodi could produce desirable wines. After considerable praise, he started bottling and selling Peirano wine using his estate grown grapes. Since then, Peirano has won numerous awards for producing wine using many of the old techniques valued by Giacomo Peirano. The history of Peirano Estate Vineyards is a tale deeply rooted in Lodi history and the importance is felt by every member of the Peirano family. Over the years, the vineyards have grown to not only include the same naturally rooted, head trained Old Vine Zinfandel imported to the United States by Lance’s great grandfather, but many other varieties as well.

Brand Story

In 1992, Lance Randolph, the 4th generation of Peirano to farm the 300 acre estate, began making Peirano wine simply for himself and to prove Lodi could produce desirable wines. After considerable praise, he started bottling and selling Peirano wine using his estate grown grapes. Since then, Peirano has won numerous awards for producing wine using many of the old techniques valued by Giacomo Peirano. The history of Peirano Estate Vineyards is a tale deeply rooted in Lodi history and the importance is felt by every member of the Peirano family. Over the years, the vineyards have grown to not only include the same naturally rooted, head trained Old Vine Zinfandel imported to the United States by Lance’s great grandfather, but many other varieties as well.

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