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Yalumba has pioneered the growing and making of Viognier in Australia since 1980. We have had over 30 years of viticultural and winemaking experience working with this alluring variety. After harvest about 60% of the fruit was gently pressed directly to barrels, the rest to a stainless steel tank. The juice was handled with passive oxidation, allowing the wine to ferment with indigenous yeasts, natural to the vineyard. The wine was left on lees, which with regular batonnage for 10 months increased the complexity and creaminess and further heightened the palate weight.

Trophy - Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2015
Gold Medal (Top) - Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2015
Gold Medal (Top) - Royal Hobart Wine Show 2015
Gold Medal - Sydney International Wine Competition 2015
Gold Medal - Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show 2015
Gold Medal - Royal Melbourne Wine Show 2015
95 Points - Royal Melbourne Wine Show 2015
95 Points - James Halliday; Wine Companion

Yalumba set the bar very high when it decided to make viognier its champion variety. Its Virgilius is Australia's best (and priced accordingly), but this wine has many of the characters of Virgilius with its complex pear and biscuity aromas; there is no oak even though the bouquet has barrel ferment-like complexity, the palate luxuriantly rich before the coup de grace of its fresh, crisp finish. Drink By: 2017; Price: $24.00; Alcohol: 14.1%; Rating: 95 Points; James Halliday; Wine Companion

If I want to sum up viognier in fruit flavours, textures and aromas, this is it. The essence of viognier for us’, explains winemaker Louisa Rose. Richness of apricot but retains great freshness to sniff on. Honey, honeysuckle, pretty floral characters, vanilla whiffs. Lots going on in perfume. Ample in the mouth, rich, creamy texture, great length, sticks to the palate with tacky fruit sweetness and finishes with a little drizzle of acidity, tightening the wine. Pitch perfect, generous viognier, with freshness in tow. Price : $25; Closure : Screwcap; Drink : 2015 - 2020; Rated : 93 Points; Mike Bennie; The Wine Front

Viognier can be as finicky as Pinot Noir to work with; terroir and wine mastery have to be pretty perfect to show Viognier's best, but Yalumba has it smack on. Yalumba Viognier 2014 is straight forward excellent with its hallmark, peach, apricot stone fruit and honey-ginger flavours. The wine is full and oily on the palate with well-defined mineral, ripe peach and savoury notes met with a persistent acidity and a long length. Amazing with king crab, but can tackle the richness of Lobster Thermidor. Rating: 95 Points; Deborah Podurgiel;



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