Grape Variety




Produces aromas of violets and acacias

Viognier Blanc is a white grape variety that is originally from the Rhone Valley in France. It is characterized by small clusters of small grapes. A Rhône Valley wine par excellence that is becoming better known around the world, and it is increasingly being grown in southern areas. It is resilient but sensitive to wind, and thrives in dry, poor, pebbly soil. The fruit starts to ripen in September and produces oily, full-bodied wines with high alcohol content.

Source: Vin-Vigne