Viognier wines are well-known for their floral aromas. There are also many other powerful flower and fruit aromas which can be perceived in these wines depending on where they were grown, the weather conditions and how old the vines were. Viogniers more than three years old tend to lose many of the floral aromas that make this wine unique. Aging these wines will often yield a very crisp drinking wine which is almost completely flat in the nose. The colour and the aroma of the wine suggest a sweet wine but Viognier wines are predominantly dry.

Condrieu Vidal Fleury, Northern Rhone, France, 2017
Vidal Fleury
Condrieu Vidal Fleury 2017
Condrieu, Vidal-Fleury, Northern Rhone, France, 2017  Grape: 100% Viognier, steep slopes on granite soils, handpicked, fermentation 50:50 in steel and oak with 30% skin contact, ageing 12 months on lees with batonnage, unfined. Established in...
The Pitmaster Viognier 2015
The Pitmaster
The Pitmaster Viognier 2015
The Pitmaster Viognier, Limestone Coast, South Australia, 2015  100% Viognier  The Pitmaster Viognier: a fresh and fruity style with a dry finish and a hint of aromatic fruit that balances well with lightly spiced and smoked fish and white...