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Clayhouse Adobe Viognier Sauvignon Blanc Grenache Blanc Roussanne Chardonnay Chenin Blanc 2008, Central Coast, California, United States: Vintages Wine Panel: This proprietary white earned Gold Medals at the 2009 California Mid-State Fair and the 2009 Riverside International Wine Competition. The 2008 is comprised of 22% Viognier, 18% Sauvignon Blanc, 17% Grenache Blanc, 16% Roussanne, 6% Chardonnay, 5% Chenin Blanc, and 16% Princess. Princess is a cross between Muscat and Thompson seedless grapes. Originally designed as a table grape, it is now being experimented with as a winemaking variety. Claystone may be on to something with this floral-scented, full-bodied wine packed with red apple, pear and peach fruit flavours. My note: A pretty floral wine with notes of rose petal, daisies, peach and Asian pear. 137059 13% MD 750 mL $16.95 Score: 87/100. October 10, 2009 Full Review
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