This Argentinian Viognier is an unoaked wine, which gives it delightful aromas of stone fruit and honeysuckle. This wine is a real treat on a summer’s day because of its slight minerally character. If you find Torrontés a little too fragrant and are bored of Chardonnay, then you should definitely try this.
92 / 100 JamesSuckling.com (2013 vintage):
Perfumed nose with lilies and green apples. Minerally too with a nicely dense, full bodied palate of mint character.
You can read more about the winemakers: Atamisque.