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2010 Domaine Virginie La Grange Viongier Viognier - France - White


White Viognier

Author jphen55
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Tasted On 10/03/2011

Color: soft yellow, could possibly pass for a very light gold. Nose: The slightest hint of grapefruit, but that citrus is the dominant aroma present. A little vanilla. Taste: Very interesting. It's got some acidity fruits on the fruit with a fair amount of creaminess, nothing compared to a California Chardonnay but certainly reminiscent of a great chardonnay. All the flavors are very soft and there is a very short finish, but I would not at all call this light and crisp. It's certainly got more body than the Chenin Blanc last week. Overall Impression: This was a very enjoyable wine. Fairly characteristic of a French white, but the light creaminess was a pleasant surprise. I would probably get this wine again and would certainly suggest it to someone looking for a good, light, white wine.

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