Domaine de Triennes Vin de Pays du Var Viognier Sainte Fleur 2008

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High up in the hills of the Var region of Provence, Domaine de Triennes wasfounded in 1990 by Burgundian eminences grises Jacques Seysses of Domaine Dujacand Aubert de Villaine of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti together theirParisien friend Michel Macaux. The name comes from the Triennia, Romanfestivities that took place every three years. The old-vine Viognier is aparticular success at Triennes; its vinification in stainless steel atrelatively low temperatures belies the power of the wine, its honeysucklearomas evocative and persistent, its palate rich and long, with peach andapricot fruit. (Simon Field MW, BBR Buyer)

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Snooth User: andrew
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4.00 5
01/13/2011

I haven't thought of the ideal food pairing, but I thoroughly enjoyed this between courses. I was feeling adventurous, so I ordered at a restaurant, but didn't quite work with either dish. Very slightly floral, some minerals and vegetal notes. Light buttery texture. Great on it's own - sommelier suggested trying with sushi.


Snooth User: sunshine4458
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3.50 5
11/03/2011

Three and a half glasses


External Reviews for Domaine de Triennes Vin de Pays du Var Viognier Sainte Fleur

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Source: Millesima USA LLC
05/18/2010

1 x 750ML Bottle


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
10/23/2009

A fresh, dry white wine with apricot and peach floral aromas and lovely minerals on the finish. This is a fruit-laden Viognier that you can enjoy tonight.



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High up in the hills of the Var region of Provence, Domaine de Triennes wasfounded in 1990 by Burgundian eminences grises Jacques Seysses of Domaine Dujacand Aubert de Villaine of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti together theirParisien friend Michel Macaux. The name comes from the Triennia, Romanfestivities that took place every three years. The old-vine Viognier is aparticular success at Triennes; its vinification in stainless steel atrelatively low temperatures belies the power of the wine, its honeysucklearomas evocative and persistent, its palate rich and long, with peach andapricot fruit. (Simon Field MW, BBR Buyer)

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