|Appellation:||Vin de Pays D'Oc|
|Producer:||Domaine Virginie (click on the name for more details)|
|Awards:||2001 Vintage: Concours des Grands Vins du Languedoc-Roussillon Silver|
|Recommended by:||...deliciously textured dry peach and cobnut - it is seriously great value.|
Malcolm Gluck, The Guardian - August 2002 (2001 vintage)
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|Tasting Notes / Comments:||Orange blossom, peach and pear aromas mix with hints of gingerbread and spice on the nose. The palate is fat and rich, with a silky texture and wonderfully fresh flavours.|
Oddbins (2001 vintage)
Pale in colour with a candid honeysuckle aroma. But then that's what you'd expect with Viognier. Soft, rounded palate with a touch of sweetness and some acidity. Delicate flavours of peach and apricot. Quite light really so an `aperitif` style of wine. Not hugely exciting but good drinking.
Andrew Barrow (2001 vintage)
Strong nose with honey aromas and a very slight burnt smell. A medium straw colour. A light delicate taste, some felt weak on the palate. Some slight fruitiness to the taste but generally a weak structure. It exhibits some length.
'Enjoying Viognier' (2001 vintage)