Viognier Nagambie Victoria
The stately wineworks, beautiful gardens and scenic finger lakes of Tahbilk would not look out of place amongst the vineyards of the old world. Viognier cuttings from the distinguished Rhone Valley appellation of Condrieu were amongst the first vines established at Tahbilk in the 1860s. They continue to perform, yielding an absorbing white wine with an exquisite mix of fragrant stonefruit characters, the accompaniement of choice to mussel and shellfish recipes, pork with apple or white terrines.
Pale straw green hues. Floral and apricot nose, honey biscuits and ginger snap, stonefruits, cinnamon and spice. An engaging, fruit forward palate of delectable orchard flavours, nutty characters, orange blossoms and crystal minerality, supported by crisp, cleansing acidity. A bliss alongside gruyere fondue or freshly baked crusty breads and fine, hard cheese.