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Scallops with Bacon and Bubble & Squeak Cakes plus Viognier

Viognier Laroche 2009 Vin de Pays d’Oc which I have written about before on 15 February. I began by getting rid of the spritz and revealing the nuttier end of the ‘stone fruits’ spectrum – basically peachy flavours. I am … Continue reading

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Viognier Follow-up

A second chicken salad, this time with bacon and a vinegar and bacon-fat dressing, was also a success with the viogniers; their fruitiness handled the stronger tastes perfectly well. We did not change our evaluation of the first two, but … Continue reading

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A Viognier Taste-off

In the distant past Viognier was known only for producing the rare and expensive Condrieu from the Northern Rhone. When I say expensive I mean starting at around £30 a bottle and twice that for a top one. But viognier … Continue reading

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