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- n. Plural form of viognier.
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Among the up-and-coming whites he praises are Bonny Doon's Le Sophiste and Malvasia Bianca, and the viogniers made by Arrowood, Rabbit Ridge and Joseph Phelps; the reds include sangioveses from Atlas Peak and Swanson Vineyards.
Most tasted viogniers or blends of several Rhone white varieties, and Marsanne and Roussanne were well-represented as well.
In between the cutlery, a roneoed sheet listed all the latest grigios and viogniers and some lurid cocktails.
Chile is a growing source of affordable, true-to-type viogniers.
One of the most appealing, affordable viogniers out there, with plenty of juicy, peachy fruit and a dab of butter rounding out the finish.
As for white wines, I think California has some very good values in less-popular varietals like pinot gris and even some viogniers.