Thursday, November 7, 2013

Four Seasons Indian Wine presents - Viognier

Last week I decided to pick up a Wine bottle, As I had already tried the Four Seasons Cabernet Sauvignon, This time I decided to take the Four Seasons Viognier Wine bottle. Below are the Tasting tips of this bright and clear gold Four Seasons Viognier.

It’s  a well-rounded lingering finish with flavours of blossom, and delicate hints of dried apricots and peaches. 
  • Type : Still White Wine
  • Grapes : Viognier
  • Origin : Baramati, Maharashtra, India
  • Style: Off Dry

    Tasting notes:
  • Colour : 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 -12ยบ 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.

To know more about the different Wines from Four Seasons The Indian Wine Company you can check the site here.

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