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Viognier

August 15, 2019

Viognier

Viognier was introduced to Argentina in 1993 and is fabulous when it’s young and fresh. As a grape with naturally low acidity, it benefits from altitude in Argentina, where it can achieve a better concentration of acidity and freshness. It typically shows notes of flowers, tropical fruits and orange blossom.




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