Joostenberg “Piano Man” Viognier
A rich, but dry white wine with typical apricot and blossom aromas. The finish is slightly tannic (typical of Viognier) and this adds length to the wine.
This “estate wine” is grown, made and bottled on Joostenberg. It is the first bottling of a varietal Viognier at Joostenberg. Only 2300 bottles were produced. It’s named after the current winemaker at Joostenberg, Micu Narunsky, who fell in love with wine while working as a jazz pianist in Bordeaux. He decided to follow his dream and swopped the music profession in order to take up the craft of winemaking.