|Appellation:||Vin de Pays D'Oc|
|Producer:||Cave de Pépieux (click on the name for more details)|
|Recommended by:||elegant, peachy white from the south of France|
Giles Kime, The Daily Telegraph - 21 Aug 2002 (2001 vintage)
|Price (per bottle incl VAT):|
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|Tasting Notes / Comments:||Don't over chill this as the delicate fruit gets dampened and you will miss out on the deliciously tempting aroma. There is a superb spicy dimension to the palate here. One of the better Viogniers we have tried at this price point. Something with character that isn't a Chardonnay. |
Andrew Barrow (2001 vintage)
Although its inherent class has never been in doubt, you've generally had to part with a princely sum to secure a decent example of Viognier until now. Welcome to the wine to make Viognier converts of us all.
Beautifully concentrated aromas of peach, apricot, and cinnamon lead to a balanced, refined palate and a lingering finish.
Oddbins (2000 vintage)