Idiom Viognier 2019

The Idiom Wines Viognier is an opulent, barrel-fermented expression of the grape variety produced in the Stellenbosch wine region of South Africa. Matured for 9 months in a combination of 1st fill, but mainly 2nd and 3rd fill French 225L oak barrels the wine shows initial aromas of yellow citrus fruits that develop into a complex melange of melon, lemon cheesecake and coriander on the nose. This medium to full-bodied wine has an elegant, buttery mid palate followed by a lingering sensation of nectarine and lavender. Serve chilled and enjoy the evolution of flavours in the glass.

Wine File
Producer:
Idiom
Country:
South Africa
Region:
Coastal Region
Sub Region:
Stellenbosch
Style:
White Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Viognier
Bottle Size:
75cl
Alcohol:
14.0%
Closure:
Natural Cork
Contains Sulphites:
Yes
Units Per Bottle:
10.5
Regular Price
£23.00
Sale Price
£23.00
Regular Price
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Unit Price
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If you live in one of these restricted postcode delivery areas the delivery charge is £20 for orders under £165.00. Orders £165 to £249 are subject to a £10 delivery charge. Orders over £250 are delivered FREE. If you are happy to proceed with an order including the stated delivery charges we will raise a separate invoice for the additional cost and email it to you. Find out more on our Delivery Page

 

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Vintage Availability

We endeavour to display accurate and current vintages on all our wines listed on the website; however, from time to time stocks of the vintage listed do become exhausted. If this is the case with your order we will always contact you to recommend another vintage of the same wine, if it is still available. If the vintage of a wine is important to you then please leave a note at checkout advising us of this. 

 

Stock Availability

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