Paso Robles has proven itself to be a natural home away from home for Rhone varietals – both red and
white. Warm days, cool evenings and limestone soils are perfect conditions for the Viognier (71%) and
Roussanne (29%) found in Two Arrowheads wine to flourish. 2013 was an incredibly dry growing season
with mild temperatures. This gave the vines conditions needed for slow ripening and balanced flavor and
acidity. The delicious dry white wine exhibits intense aromas of white peach and orange blossom and
flavors of passion fruit, melon, and vanilla. Definitely a hit on its own for sipping on the deck, this can also be paired with
charcuterie, crudités or any number of seafood dishes.