Treana White is an equal blend of Viognier and Marsanne. These two varieties, indigenous to the Rhône Valley in France, prosper in California's Central Coast. The Hope
family helped pioneer the now-thriving category of California white Rhône blends over the past 15 vintages. The majority of the fruit in this blend is from the Santa Lucia Highlands,
which benefits from the cooling breezes coming off of Monterey Bay. 50% Marsanne and 50% Viognier. All but 5% of the wine is barrel fermented in French oak and then aged on the lees for 9 months. Wine Enthusiast Magazine said "Blended from Marsanne and Viognier in equal proportions, this wine is marked by ripe, opulent mango, peach, orange, vanilla and honey flavors. It feels sweet as you taste it, but the finish is dry."