Viognier is a white wine with generous roundness that produces subtle and complex aromas such as peach, apricot and almond. On the palate is full and fatty, it has a characteristic colour marked by a slight orange shade.
Originally from Côtes-du-Rhône, Viognier almost disappeared in the 60’s (disease: phylloxera). It has since then been reintroduced in several French regions and in Valais, where its cultivation remains very confidential.
This wine has been traditionally vinified in our tanks, and it thus retains all of its flavour and original aromas.
Viognier is enjoyed with perch fillets, shellfish and white meats. It also goes well with asparagus.