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Clay Station Unoaked Viognier 2008, Lodi, California, United States: Vintages Wine Panel: Clay Station is dedicated to producing wines from grape varieties that are somewhat untraditional for California – like this fragrant Viognier. Many Cali producers add a touch of oak to Viognier, but Clay Station avoids the wood in order to allow the grape’s wonderful aromatics to come to the fore. As this full-bodied, floral- and ripe peach-scented wine shows, their decision was wise. A great choice for either spicy barbecue fare or curry dishes. My note: very pleasant and mouth-watering without the over-the-top viognier notes. Peach, some spices and pear. Balanced and tasty. 25411 13.50% D 750 mL $16.95 Score: 88/100. July 24, 2010 Full Review
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