Aromatic, lush and mellow.

Viognier is appearing more and more as drinkers look for new and exciting aromatic wines. With its oily texture, medium-sweetness and intriguing fruit profile, Viognier will interest those who drink most white wines. When pairing with food, try foods flavoured with almond if your Viognier has been aged in oak. If it hasn't, work off the aromatics and pair with something where Thai basil, tarragon or citrus is a dominant flavour.