Treana, Pasa Robles
I would agree 100% with the other replies. Both Treana's red and white are excellent wines. The white is a Viognier/Marsanne blend (with the % changing slightly with vintage). The Marsanne adds a wonderful drying dimension to the fruitier Viognier. The red is extremely good as well. These wines are from the Hope family operation, which also includes LIberty School and Austin Hope wines. This family was the main grower for Liberty School, when it was part of Caymus. I've been impressed by just about everything I've tried.
Yes and we enjoy it quite a bit. Both the red and the white - we have a few bottles of the 2003 white in our cellar now.
I checked out Dr Deb's post (thanks monkuboy) and I agree with what she says - "actually a dry wine with flavors of golden delicious apples and pink grapefruit dipped in honey".
Treana makes a Red and a White. I have had several vintages of the Red (a blend of mostly CS/Merlot/Syrah), but I believe the last vintage I had was 2001. Always enjoyed the Treana Red, it matched up well with red meat and Mediterranean cuisine. It was a favorite wine of some of our guests. It has been a while, but I remember it as not overly fruity, with some soft tannins.