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Viognier Texas High Plains

Viognier Texas High Plains Wine Details
Price: $18.00 per bottle

Description: A stunning wine with Apricots, honeydew, figs and a full floral aroma. It’s rich, and fruity with luscious mouthfeel, a long finish and wonderful balance. This fruit came from the Texas High Plains. Serve with shellfish, lighter meats, swiss cheese.

Varietal Definition
Viognier:
The most acclaimed white wine grape from France's Rhône Valley, Viognier is a highly aromatic varietal, with a flavor profile that could include peach, apricot, nectarine, lichee, musk and flower blossom. The heady perfume of this varietal is one of its trademarks, although its flavors are sometimes problematic in matching with food. However, it does well with lobster, crab and moderately flavored fish. Use it as an apéritif as an alternative to Chardonnay. The "Rhône Rangers" in California have done an excellent job promoting this varietal.


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