Slight darker visually, its underlying body is full and rich (for a white), the best viognier taste components are each distinct and collectively in balance. (Sorry about the lingo, been drinking wine for 50 years, never learned the language . . .)
I admit I prefer reds, and a smooth buttery flavor white, and this is clearly a more fruity, crisp wine. I really hated the extra tartness of this wine, which left an unpleasant after taste, like most of the house chardonnay's I've had at mid priced restaurants.
A rather acidic, non-dry wine that didn't impress anyone who drank it.