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    Fetish V Spot Viognier 2008
    Viognier - Barossa Valley, Australia

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    • RP90
    Price: $20.00
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    Wine.com Quick Facts

    Professional Ratings: 90 The Wine Advocate

    Region: Barossa Valley, Australia

    Varietal: Viognier

    Other Info: Screw Cap Wines

    Style: Fruity & Smooth

    Alcohol By Volume: 14%

    • 10%
    • 16%

    Item no. 105424

    Winemaker's Notes:

    You definitely know it when you find it, and once you find it you never forget it. Fetish "The V Spot" Viognier is the sort of wine that you'll want to find over and over again.

    Viognier is a wine known for its floral aromas and is a versatile companion to food that is not traditionally wine-friendly. The highly aromatic and fruit forward nature of the grape allows Viognier to pair well with spicy foods such as Thai or Vietnamese cuisine. The subtle floral notes make it a perfect match for sushi and sashimi. Viognier also pairs well with many cheeses.

    Critical Acclaim:

    The 2008 Viognier V Spot is light gold-colored with a nose of spring flowers, apricots, and white peach. On the palate it reveals a touch of oak, vibrant acidity, and racy flavors. Drink this outstanding value over the next two years.

    90 Points
    The Wine Advocate
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    NeverLift (7/4/2012)
    Slight darker visually, its underlying body is full and rich (for a white), the best viognier taste components are each distinct and collectively in balance. (Sorry about the lingo, been drinking wine for 50 years, never learned the language . . .)
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    Beerless in Philly (1/19/2011)
    I admit I prefer reds, and a smooth buttery flavor white, and this is clearly a more fruity, crisp wine. I really hated the extra tartness of this wine, which left an unpleasant after taste, like most of the house chardonnay's I've had at mid priced restaurants.
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    Jeannine Steinhoff (12/17/2010)
    A rather acidic, non-dry wine that didn't impress anyone who drank it.
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    Alexandra Davis (7/13/2011)
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    Stephanie Sanford (7/29/2011)

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