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Day Wines“Tears of Vulcan” Chehalem Mtns AVA
Viognier from Oregon, United States
63% Viognier, 21% Pinot gris, 16% Muscat. 12.5% alcohol, 3.6 pH. Le Beau and Nemarniki Vineyards in Chehalem Mountains AVA. Volcanic soils and some silty Missoula floods deposits.   All of the fruit was destemmed and co-fermented in a 1.5 ton open top fermenter, two punch downs per day. Once the...
Villard, FrançoisCondrieu “Terrasses du Palat”
Viognier from Rhône, France
100% Viognier from Chavanay and Vérin, with decomposed granite and quartz terroir. Twenty-five-year-old vines. Low temperature fermentation in barrels with native yeasts. Aged eleven months in twenty-five percent new and seventy-five percent used oak barrels.
93WS, 93WASustainable
De MoorVendangeur Masqué VDF Blanc Caravan
Viognier from , France
A new cuvée in the spirit of 2016’s Belle Compagnie Meridionale: Clairette from the Drôme (N.Rhône); Chardonnay from the Ardèche (N. Rhône); Pinot Blanc & “a little” Riesling from Alsace; Sauvignon Gris & Chard from Brionnais (near the Mâconnais); Aligoté from De Moor vines. Each variety...
La Clarine FarmViognier
Viognier from California, United States
100% Viognier. Half of the fruit comes from Cedarville (decomposed granite) and the other half from Sumu Kaw (volcanic). The granite soils provide the texture and floral quality while the volcanic gives density and fruit. The wine was co-fermented whole cluster and aged in tank.  Hank normally uses...
Villard, FrançoisViognier “Contours de Deponcins”
Viognier from Rhône, France
A young-vine Viognier from two villages known for Condrieu, Saint-Michel-sur-Rhône and Verin. The soil is sandy granite and mica. Fermented and aged in used barrels for eleven months without racking.