The Turners Crossing vineyard sits roughly 50km northwest of Bendigo. The site has vast significance, with European settlers first planting vines during the 1800's Goldrush period. The winery today is named after the original landholder, Thomas Turner.
A Rhone varietal that grows particular well in the Bendigo region due to similar climate conditions, this Viognier is a medium-bodied dry style wine. On the nose, there are beautiful notes of stone fruit, honeysuckle and violets. On the palate, it is nutty, with flavours of citrus and ginger. A perfect partner to Asian food, shellfish and other seafoods.