An Illustrated Guide to Viognier From France

It doesn’t get much more aromatic than Viognier, a white grape known for its intensely fruity, floral, exotic notes. The nose may smell sweet, but the palate is typically dry and full-bodied, and its lower acidity gives the impression of softness. While Viognier is grown in much of southern France, its most famous iterations come from the northern Rhône, where it ripens on steep slopes.

Viognier is usually bottled as a varietal wine, but it is also used in white Rhône blends or reds like...

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