Like the 3 Major Championships, this blend of three varieties is a winner. This white blend, consisting mainly of Viognier, is ripe with fruit but holds enough freshness to leave the palate craving another sip. The fruit itself was picked earlier to ensure brightness and acidity in the wine. The initial hints on the nose show of lush lemon meringue and hibiscus, becoming more intense with every swirl. When the first sip is swished about, the textural components of this wine shine, exuding more lemon, floral, and ground coconut characteristics. Aged and fermented in one hundred percent stainless steel; the additional texture in this wine comes from the five months on lees. To round out the wine and tame the full bodied nature of the Viognier, both Albariño and Grenache Blanc were added in subtle doses to give an extra tinge of acidy. This is a white wine that can be enjoyed all year long, which means the food pairings are endless. For a lighter meal, try grilled shrimp or papaya-poached salmon. For a heartier pairing, go with pork chops marinated in apricot sauce or coconut thai curry.