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Happy Hour: High Flyer 2007 Viognier

If you've got the urge to travel, but the poor economy's holding you back, consider taking a trip with High Flyer's 2007 Viognier ($17). It's a lovely, easy-drinking white wine with roots in France and California. The grapes are grown at the Borra Family Vineyard in Lodi, CA — a location whose climate and terrior bears an extraordinary resemblance to France's Rhone Valley.

The medium-bodied white is refreshing, yet complex. It has a stone fruit aroma with a hint of citrus. Lush, brisk, and well-balanced, I sipped this wine alone, but think it would pair well with fish or roast chicken.

Have you sampled one of High Flyer's varietals? What did you think?

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