Viognier is often found in the Northern Rhône, extending down into the Southern coastal regions of France. They are marked by a lovely richness (NOT to be confused with "buttery") balanced with bright acidity
Acids occur naturally in grapes, with acidity in a wine referring to its tartness level. It creates a mouthwatering sensation in the mouth and plays a vital role in providing structure and balance in a wine. Wines without enough acidity are often referred to as "flabby" (water, for example, lacks acidity).
and supple fruit notes. The Vic family are fifth-generation winegrowers with roots dating back even further to the 12th century. The heart of the property is an old Chateau built from the volcanic black rock that is the bedrock of the Comtesse vineyards in this southern French region. They produce some of the finest and most authentic and incredibly affordable varietal wines to be found in the backrounds of France, where these hidden gems are often hiding. Organic
Maintaining agricultural systems without the use of feed or fertilizer of plant or animal origin, and without employment of chemically formulated fertilizers, growth stimulants, antibiotics, or pesticides