The viognier grape, like riesling, seems destined to be the well understood, highly appreciated and admired, but just not passionately adored, superstar of the wine world. It’s a white grape that plays a hugely important part in both red and white wine, being a core element in classic Cote Rotie – paired with syrah it creates one of the world’s most expensive and opulent wines.
In Australia, shiraz- viognier blends abound...
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