Quarter Acre Hawke’s Bay Viognier 2014

21-Apr-2015
The Viognier variety appears to have lost the impetus of growth it experience a few short years ago. Maybe consumers have been put off by the difficulty in pronouncing it? Yet it remains a variety that can deliver exotic character and palate satisfaction, the wine often possessing considerable power while being immediately accessible. It is a proven success with modern cuisine, from Pacific Rim to Asian and Middle Eastern fare, and it handles diverse foods from seafood, poultry and white meats easily. Thank goodness there are a number of New Zealand producers committed to making serious and sophisticated Viogniers. I was very impressed with Rod McDonald’s ‘Quarter Acre’ 2013 (click here to see my review). Here, I review the new 2014 release. www.rmwines.co.nz

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