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Pine Ridge Winery Chenin Blanc Viognier
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Good white!!!
by ids_wineguy
Nice white with good balance of fruit and acidity. A nice summer wine that can't be beat at this price point.
by clio_vino
Although I like Chenin Blanc's, they can sometimes be a little too acidic and grapefruit-y. The Viognier in this blend tones that down and adds real balance to the wine. I opened this for a late afternoon aperitif and kept drinking right through dinner. I keep a couple bottles on hand just for that purpose.
Great Patio wine for the summer
by Martin13047216
This smooth white is a great summer refresher. You would never think by the price point. Great with veggies and dip.
Pine Ridge Chenin Blanc
by merlot12499736
This is the perfect wine to satisfy both the risling and chardonnay drinkers at the same party!
by Satterfield12632681
The honeyed fruit on the palate is just about irresistible. Good stuff
by Eble11944426
reminiscent of Vouvray, with a bit more acidity and bite
by waterman12538866
This is a killer viognier/chenin blanc blend. I am usually into Chablis' or something on the dry side, but this white really hits the spot. If your dish calls for something on the fruit forward end, please try this one.
One of our favorite whites
by OrlandoWino
We recently discovered the alternative whites section at Total Wine. There are some excellent Chenin Blanc's and Viognier's there. This blend of both is one of the best we've tried.
Wonderful aperitife
by ntltl
Wonderful wine to sit on the deck and sip after a long day. Nose of apricots and flowers. Good acidity on the tongue and lots of layers of tropical fruit.
Chenin Blanc Viognier
by ShawnCarter
Herbal and citrus nose with honeyed melon tones. Slightly viscous and clean finish.


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