High Canyon Series
Aged 9 months in used French oak.
From a very steep, densely planted block near the top of the High Canyon portion of WeatherEye.
Exotic nose of Japanese pear, honeydew, lychee, and chamomile; garden after a spring rain.
Lively and concentrated, with complex pear and melon notes, supported by a light dusting of vanilla and chalky minerality.
Now - 2026
$50 / 750ml bottle
This vintage is now sold out.
Scores & Reviews
The gorgeous and also very generous 2020 Liminal ‘WeatherEye Vineyard’ Viognier offers sweet honeysuckle, lychee, and roasted pineapple with suggestions of ripe cantaloupe on the nose. The palate is very fresh and lively, with serious texture. The underlying salinity is truly outstanding here, as is the lip-smacking acidity that flows through the core of the Viognier. With more air this shows even wilder components of yarrow and white rose water. Enjoy at a slightly warmer temperature to take in the thrilling set of flavors and aromatics. Drink 2022-2030.
- Owen Bargreen
Fruit that comes from the impeccable WeatherEye Vineyard, the 2020 High Canyon Viognier displays a golden apple core with a honey rim in the glass. It’s aged for 9 months in neutral French oak barrels to allow the fruit to shine without any distractions. Rich and decadent on the nose, it gifts fetching aromas of grilled pineapple, honeysuckle flower, honey-coated Bartlett pear, and blanched almonds. Rich and oily on the palate with elevated levels of acidity and a firm full-body mouthfeel, it gives this wonderful mushroom and earthy quality on the front palate.
- Jeremy Young, International Wine Report
All from the WeatherEye Vineyard, the 2020 Viognier is made in a bright, juicy, almost racy style. Giving up bright green apple, tart apricot, and crushed stone notes, it hits the palate with medium-bodied richness, bright, clean acidity, good balance, and solid length on the finish. This racy, vibrant Viognier will keep for 3-4 years.
- Jeb Dunnuck