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Stonyfell Selection Viognier 2014
  • Medium-dry with soft apricot characters
  • Unoaked, so you get 100% pure fruit flavour
  • Delicate and fruity

Stonyfell Selection Viognier 2014 x12

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If you haven't tried Viognier yet (pronounced Vee-on-yay), this is the perfect introduction. It's unoaked with a deliciously enticing palate of stone fruit and pear flavours with plenty of texture and body. It's a winner with Portuguese peri peri chicken or baked salmon.

Wine Region

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Drink Until

2016

Varieties

Viognier

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

Try it with a lightly flavoured cheese accompanied by fresh pear and apple slices.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Bright yellow.

Nose

Tantalising mix of aromas - apricot, peach and even pears along with subtle spicy notes.

Palate

Extremely individualistic, tasting nothing like any other Australian wine. It is at once austere and mouthfilling, being dry and nutty but having quite rich dried apricot, fresh peach fruit and honeysuckle flavours balanced by an excellent acid structure.

Background

Stonyfell has been producing premium table wines for over a century using fruit sourced from Australia's leading wine producing regions such as, Langhorne Creek, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley and the Barossa Valley.

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