A very interesting and enjoyable wine in a Southern Rhone white wine style, quite unexpected out of New Zealand. For lovers of rich, oily, and powerful whites, with the aromatic kick typical of NZ wines.
I scored it 92/100 points. Full tasting note at
2014 Trinity Hill Marsanne Viognier, Gimblett Gravels, Hawke’s Bay - Social Vignerons
socialvignerons.com Score: 92/100 Marsanne and Viognier are the traditional white grape varieties of the Rhone Valley in France. It is rather unusual to find them combined in a single wine in New Zealand. That said, the country produces more and more Viognier wines....