I received a bottle of Four Seasons Viognier wine to review. Viognier (pronounced vee-on-yay) is one of the world's finest white wine grapes.
The wine scene in India has never been this vibrant. Four Seasons with its vine yards at Baramati, Maharashtra, has been producing some outstanding variety of wine.
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Four Season's Viognier is a dry wine with strong aroma of peaches and a faint note of nutty flavors. At around $10, the cheap price makes the wine more palatable.
Here are some more info from their website:
Type: Still White Wine
Origin: Baramati, Maharashtra, India
Style: Off Dry
Color: Bright and clear gold.
Aroma: Intense perfume of blossom, with delicate hints of dried apricots and peaches.
Palate: Well-rounded with balancing acidity and an attractive lingering finish.
Serving suggestion: Enjoyed best at 10 -12º C as an accompaniment to sprout based salads with fruity dressings, or light fish and chicken dishes.Also pairs well with mildly spiced Indian and Asian cuisine.
For more information on Four Seasons visit: www.fourseasonsvineyards.com