A white Côtes du Rhône is not something you come across very often. Château du Trignon produces no less than three. The nice thing is that all three are wines of one grape variety: Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne. We chose (for the time being) this Viognier. The Côtes du Rhône is not for nothing the cradle of this now popular grape. Jerôme Quiot makes an aromatic, soft dry wine with a delicious fruity and slightly spicy taste.
Viognier from the Rhône Valley
Category: White wines Tags: Chateau Trignon, France, Viognier, White Wine