French Viognier is a white wine grape variety that has its roots in the Northern Rhône region of France, most famously in the appellations of Condrieu and Château-Grillet. Viognier wines are known for their powerful aromatics, offering intoxicating perfumes of peach, apricot, and blossom. On the palate, they are typically full-bodied, with low acidity and rich flavours that can sometimes take on a creamy or oily texture. These wines are often made in a dry style, but their intense fruitiness can give them a hint of sweetness. If you enjoy white wines that are fragrant, full-bodied, and fruit-forward, wines made from French Viognier could be a great choice for you.