Chateau de Campuget '1753' Viognier
Another elegantly presented wine in the 1753 range, tall bottle, vinolok glass closure. It's a lovely fresher style of Viognier. Attractive white peach, honeysuckle and citrus on the nose. Peachy fruit with a hint of spice and lime citrus notes. A touch of tropical fruit too, crisp, dry, clean finish with good depth which makes it really appealing and an attractive drink with or without food, long with a gentle creaminess. It's very good indeed. A portion of the wine is aged in oak for 3 months and this gives the wine extra length and complexity.