Far West Texas Viognier

 Viognier in the Old West?

Winemaker Kim McPherson relies on hard won soil from the Wild West days. This is where he grows his Viognier, an unlikely partner for a place better known for cattle rustlers and bushwackers. But here is where American Vionier has staked their claim in the dry, red dirt of Far West Texas.

Kim Pierce of the Dallas Morning News says it best. “Get into a mellower mood with McPherson 2005 Viognier, a buttery profusion of persimmon, pink grapefruit and coconut that would dance with mac and cheese.”






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