My recent tastings of mixed vintages from the stellar Torbreck winery offer some offbeat standouts. The flagship wine, RunRig, features a small amount of Viognier, similar to traditional Côte-Rôtie reds in France, and the hot 2003 vintage in Barossa must have resulted in ultrarich Viognier, because this version's component of the white grape makes a strong statement.
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