Intense and fragrant, Rhône-style white wines from California offer both quality and variety. For years it seemed that the appeal of these whites might be limited to Francophiles or adventurous wine drinkers looking for something new. It didn't help that many people were uncertain how to pronounce the name of grapes such as Viognier (VEE-oh-nyay). Wine Spectator's MaryAnnWorobiec reports.
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