Viognier, Domaine de Brescou, 2014

There seem to be a lack of every day drinking Viogniers out there. I struggle to find anything that is interesting and delivers on the price. Domaine de Brescou gives me what I wanted. An easy-drinking Viognier that taste of Viognier grape with loads of juicy peach and apricot in the front. There is a touch of ginger and gentle floral note. The wine has just enough texture going on and the alcohol is kept on a short leash. Do not expect too much complexity or depth, drink it up on its own or with simply grilled fish. You will have a lot of pleasure from it.