|Designation:||Bliss White Wine|
|Region:||Columbia Valley (WA) Columbia Valley|
This is an unusual blend of Pinot Gris, Marsanne and Viognier, that has not been made into a wine. It's a very unique wine, unique, unique, unusual, unusual, unusual, unusual, unusual. In the case of this wine, the fruit was not sourced from the winery's vineyard, but from the winery's estate vineyards, which are part of the estate's growth. The result is a wine that is unusual, unusual, unusual. It is 95% Viognier, with a splash of Marsanne—in the blend just below that is the result of partial malolactic fermentation. The result is a very unusual wine, unusual for Washington AVA.