Winner of a Bronze Medal from the San Francisco International Wine Competition.
Treana White is a blend of 50% Viognier and 50% Marsanne. These two varieties, indigenous to the Rhone Valley in France, flourish in California's Central California white Rhone blends with the release of the 1996 Treana White. The majority of the fruit in this blend is from Santa Lucia Highlands, which benefits from the cooling breezes coming off of Monterey Bay. The 2010 Treana White's color is reminiscent of the golden hillsides of the California Central Coast at harvest time. 50% Marsanne and 50% Viognier. The Wine Spectator said "The rich peach, marmalade and apricot flavors are round and smooth, with good intensity and a softly refreshing acidity. Details of spice, mineral and toasted nut appear on the finish. Drink now through 2018."