Château de Campuget '1753' Viognier is a beautifully balanced and aromatic wine with a nectarine, ginger and honeysuckle character, full and textured through to a creamy finish. The vineyard is situated 15 kilometres south of Nîmes, near the village of Manduel, in the heart of the ‘Appellation d’Origine Protégée’ the Costières de Nîmes.
Tahbilk Viognier comes from an historic family-owned winery established in 1860 in Victoria. Intense and fragrant rose petal and ginger spice lead a softly textured palate of apricot, peach and honeydew melon characters, lifted by a deliciously zesty acidity on the finish. In 2016, Tahbilk was awarded 'Winery of the Year' by James Halliday. Writing in the Daily Mail in December 2019, Matthew Jukes said of the Tahbilk Viognier "this is one of my favourite Viognier in the world ... a magical brew and you simply must taste it"
The Swartland Winery 'Limited Release' Viognier is fresh and pungently aromatic with flavours of peach, apple and vanilla and a black pepper note on the finish.
Gérard Bertrand's 'Réserve Spéciale' Viognier from the Pays d'Oc is delicate yet textured with a lovely rich and smooth palate, full of ripe stone fruit notes. Complex notes of peach, ripe pear and tropical fruits are enhanced by subtle overtones of honeysuckle and orange blossom.
The Saint Clair 'Origin' Viognier comes from the Hawke's Bay region of New Zealand's North Island. A freshly flavoured wine displaying prominent notes of peach, apricot and apple underlined by aromas of fragrant blossom flowers with spice.
Ktima Gerovassiliou Viognier is a benchmark Viognier showing jasmine and peach, perfumed and elegant with a wonderfully long finish. Winner of a silver medal and 94 points in the 2019 Decanter World Wine Awards: "Expressive peachy basil aromas with hedgerow notes. Gorgeous primary fruit, with a touch of vanilla. Layered and long." In the Sommelier Wine Awards it also won silver: ‘an aromatic wine with a lot of yellow flowers, punctuated with essences of orange peel and saffron’.