Once upon a time, in a far away land called Condrieu, grew the mythical grape Viognier, available only to barons and wine brokers with big bucks. Even after Viognier immigrated to America, she was kept on her queenly throne of scarcity and high prices. Then, one day, Viognier found her way to the sunny slopes of the Dunnigan Hills where she threw off her shackles of heavy oak and butter. And, lo and behold, the dowager queen became a babe: rich and ripe with flavors of mangoes with a touch of sassy key lime. And at a price even surfers can afford. R.H. Phillips EXP is the Viognier for the90s: drink it young, drink it often. Fragrant aromas and flavors of peaches, apricots and hints of tropical fruits intermingle with subtle vanilla and spicy oak, creating richness on the palate with complex stonefruit and tropical flavors that linger.