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Luc Pirlet Les Barriques Viognier 2008, Vins De Pays D'oc, Midi, France: Vintages Wine Panel: Made famous in Condrieu in the Northern Rhône, Viognier has travelled to other parts of France (and the world) with great success. Medium straw in colour, the Barriques Viognier greets you with a wave of intense peach on the nose, followed by pear and hints of honey. The palate expands with creamy flavours of citrus, orange blossom, and hints of fennel. This is medium bodied, aromatic, and features a crisp, dry finish. Bound to please with a vegetarian stir-fry. My note: Pretty and aromatic with notes of white flowers and peach. A wonderful aperitif or companion to many dishes, from medium curries and seafood. Rockin’ price. Drink: 2010-2013. 177675 13% D 750 mL $11.95 Score: 87/100. September 4, 2010 Best Value White Wine. Full Review
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