Unionville Vineyards 2015 Hunterdon Mistral Blanc

88 points

Aromas of peaches and apricots drizzled with honey and sprinkled with blanched almonds and flower petals. Nicely concentrated, the palate is mouth-filling and broad with pears, apricots, more honey and almonds. Rich but balanced, this wine is all about texture and finishes with a squirt of citrusy acidity and minerality.

Producer: Unionville Vineyards
AVA: New Jersey
ABV: 13.6%
Grapes: 70% Viognier, 15% Marsanne, 15% Roussanne
Barrel Program: Fermented and aged nine months in neutral French oak
Price: $24

* Review sample provided by the winery

About Author

Lenn Thompson, a proud Pittsburgh, PA native, moved to Long Island more than a decade ago and quickly fell in love with the region’s dynamic and emerging wine community. A digital and content marketing and community professional by day, he founded NewYorkCorkReport.com in early 2004 to share his passion for the wines, beers and spirits of New York State. Since then, the site has become the premier source for independent New York wine commentary, reviews and news. Formerly the editor of the Long Island Wine Gazette, a contributor to Edible Brooklyn, wine columnist for Hamptons.com and regional editor for Appellation America covering the Long Island and Hudson River Valley regions, Lenn contributes to Edible East End, Palate Press, Patch and is the wine columnist for Dan’s Papers in the Hamptons. Lenn is also on the board of directors for Drink Local Wine, and is the creator and founder of TasteCamp, a yearly regional wine immersion event for writers and bloggers. An admitted riesling and cabernet franc fanatic, he’s intensely passionate about eating drinking local and the many local wine regions of America. Lenn lives in Miller Place, NY with his wife Nena, son Jackson, daughter Anna and their dog, Casey Lemieux Thompson.

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