When winemakers from two different regions get together, sometimes the results push the cutting edge. They can, if they are serious about it, introduce ideas that are new and different and make the wine world just a bit more interesting.
Best known for his superb Syrah-based Hermitage wines, Michel Chapoutier has turned his attention to Rhône grapes in Australia. His latest new wine from Down Under, a Viognier, is elegant, refined and reveals the possibilities of this white grape in Oz.
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