The Insomnia is a good place to start: it seems to be readily available (in our area, anyway) even though I hadn’t seen it before this year. Besides the white blend reviewed here, they also make a red.
Pale. Intense floral aroma, matched in flavor but with slight bitterness mid-palate—that was a surprise. And soap as the wine opened up again where it was initially bitter—yet another surprise! My first guess was that Viognier was predominant, and that was correct.
LABEL: Viognier. Sauvignon Blanc. Chardonnay. This wine captures the essence of each. This unusual blend’s alluring kaleidoscope of bright flavors dance on the palate … lingering well into the back palate. Enjoy with food. Enjoy alone.
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