By: Mike Parres
K&L Staff Member
Sant'Antimo the new Condrieu? Viognier from Tuscany? Well if anyone can pull it off, it's our friends Gioberto and his son Angelo at La Fortuna. The aromatics are like something from a flower market. On the palate I get white peaches and apricot pit, with subtle tropical flavors, zippy acidity with a touch of wood that adds to the complexity of this wine, incredible length and a dry finish that lingers on and on. Here is a wine made for brunch or something very spicy.