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Viognier is a white wine grape that is believed to have originated in the Rhône Valley of France. A relatively established grape variety, there are records of its cultivation dating back to at least the 1700s. Viognier was once a relatively rare grape, but it has gained in popularity in recent years, particularly in the New World wine regions of California, Australia, and South Africa. The wines are generally known for their full-bodied, aromatic character. Expect notes of peach, apricot, and honey. These wines are typically dry, but they may also have a slight sweetness. The acidity of Viognier wines is usually moderate, which helps to balance out the wine's richness.

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