Connoisseurs will appreciate the similarities between Psagot Viognier and the coveted wines of Condrieu in France's Rhone Valley. Everyone else will simply be awed by the floral, honeyed complexity of one of Israel's finest white wines. Half the wine that ends up in the bottle is aged sur lie (on the lees, or yeast sediment) in large French oak casks, and the other half is aged in stainless steel. This yields a perfect balance of deep, opulent texture and bright, fresh fruit. Notes of anise, apricot, honey and lemon harmonize beautifully in an unforgettable wine. Psagot Viognier is an experience unto itself, but don't miss the chance to pair it with grilled fish, quiche, or chicken pot pie.