Cépages: Viognier

Mainly native to southern France, Viognier produces white wines, often as a single varietal.
It can be blended with Chardonnay to enhance its aromas.
It is very common in the Rhône Valley.
Wines made with Viognier develop aromas of apricot, quince, violets and almond blossom.
They have a slightly unctuous texture, revealing notes of dried fruit or acacia honey.
This grape variety is very present in the Condrieu and Côte Rotie appellations, blended with Syrah.
It is one of the world’s rarest and most unique white grape varieties.

La Marouette Viognier
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