First, a lesson: How to pronounce Viognier. It’s Vee-own-yay.
Really, we don’t mind how you say it, what’s important is that this vintage is delicious. The 2010 Viognier is a medium to full-bodied white wine with an amazing array of aromas and flavors – apricot, pineapple, melon, orange zest and vanilla. How does one wine contain all that? Simple, our winemaker is awesome. An old French varietal, Viognier is not a commonly grown grape in the United States. It’s grown almost exclusively in the Rhone regions of France, which makes our version all the more special. We love it with spaghetti with clam sauce, white pizzas with pungent cheeses and mushroom risotto.
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