Some words are used so commonly in the English language that it is easy to forget that they are actually French such as latté, café, bouquet, brunette, montage, encore or entrepreneur. Viognier (pronounced vee-own-YAY) is French too and though it isn’t exactly a household word yet, we feel pretty confident that it will be soon. All it takes is one sip to fall head over heels for Vio! Delicious and balanced, with inviting aromas and flavors of pineapple, honey, nectarine and flowers, this wine is a seductive beauty. Though you really don’t need food to enjoy this wine, Viognier pairs extremely well with many dishes. Try some with squash blossoms stuffed with burrata, Shrimp Pad Thai, Jamaican jerk chicken, sweet and sour pork or a just simple snack of brie and crackers, preferably poolside with friends.
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