The 2009 Treana White displays opulent golden-straw hue and intense aromatic qualities. Aromas of honeysuckle, pineapple, Meyer lemon and orange oil meld with notes of wet stones. The soft entry unfolds into rich flavors of blood orange, peaches, sweet cream and subtle hints of dried herbs and finely ground white pepper. The long, well-balanced finish is matched by a satisfying acidity that leaves the palate thirsty for its next sip.
Due in part to the ageability of Marsanne, Treana White has a trusted history of aging 10+ years.
50% Marsanne, 50% Viognier
"Light gold. Lemon pith, dried pear, peach and a hint of oak spice on the oily, fragrant nose. Ripe, round and generous but with good energy to the flavors of dried pit fruits, candied lemon and marzipan. Sappy, deeply pitched and rich, with very good finishing volume and persistence. This big boy could handle the richest, most buttery poultry or fish dishes. "
International Wine Cellar