Rare Vineyards Marsanne-Viognier
A blend of Rhone varieties grown in the warm vineyards of the Pays d’Oc region, Unoaked, displays amazing flavours of white pears and apricots combined with floral notes. The finish is soft and rounded.
Rare Vineyards Marsanne-Viognier is a blend of Rhône varieties. Grown in the warm vineyards of the d’Oc region of southern France. Un-oaked the emphasis is on fresh, lively citrus fruit. Backed by notes of peach blossom. The finish is soft and rounded. So Marsanne and Viognier are two grape varieties that you may, or may not have come across before. Viognier (Vee-on-ee-yay) is popular in South Africa and Marsanne is common in France. Together they make this delightful blend. It is full of lovely fruit flavours. This makes it very easy to drink. Enjoy it on its own as a change to Sauvignon blanc or Pinot Grigio!
Colour: White Wine
Grape Variety: Marsanne
Grape Variety: Viognier
Region: Southern France
This entry was posted on February 3, 2016
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