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Domaine Coudoulet Pays d'Oc Viognier 2022
Domaine Coudoulet Pays d'Oc Viognier 2022 €9,85

Domaine Coudoulet Pays d'Oc Viognier 2022

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Artisan wine from old grape vines
Successful in our range for years
Charmer, also delicious as an aperitif


Tasting note Coudoulet Viognier

Aromatic dry white wine from France with nuances of apple and peach. Thanks to its full, balanced taste, it is delicious as an aperitif, but also very tasty with fish and summer salads.


Many white wines are usually made for quick consumption. But there are also those that improve significantly in taste after a number of months - or even years - of bottle aging. Like this beautiful dry white wine from Pierre-André Ournac. On his small family estate he makes a special quality viognier from grapes from old vines.

The fact that this white wine in particular benefits from bottle aging is undoubtedly due to the low yield in the vineyard and the associated concentration in taste. Now, more than a year after the harvest, the fermentation smells have disappeared. They have made way for beautiful aromas of peach, apple and flowers that are characteristic of good Viognier.

These have a subdued and refined presence, so that the full and creamy, yet fresh taste combines well with refined fish dishes. Wine of this level convincingly demonstrates that good quality can be found in this southern French region for a very competitive price.


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