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Feb 17 2016

Joostenberg “Piano Man” Viognier

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.

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.


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