2013 Reynvaan "Queen's Road-In The Rocks Vineyard" Walla Walla Valley Marssanne/Viognier

SKU #1255702 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 Made from a blend of Marsanne and Viognier, the 2013 Queen’s Road White is another wine that’s shifted significantly toward the more fresh, lively end of the spectrum. It offers crisp minerality to go with pretty buttered citrus, orange marmalade, subtle honey and hints of peach on the nose. This is followed by a medium-bodied, lively, fresh and balanced white ... (JD)  (6/2015)

91 points Vinous

 Bright, light yellow. Yellow stone fruits and pineapple on the fruit-driven nose. Then saline, minerally and dry in the mouth, conveying a sappy, slightly phenolic character. Still youthfully tight, with its serious spine dominating. Finishing hints of green melon and lime stimulate the salivary glands. I'd wait until next summer to enjoy this Marsanne/Viognier blend. (ST)  (6/2015)

Wine Spectator

 Soft and expressive, with orange peel accents to the pear and caramel flavors, finishing gently. Marsanne and Viognier. Drink now. 130 cases made. (HS, Web-2016)

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