It’s very possible that Viognier would be more popular if more people could pronounce it. Here’s a handy tip, it’s vee-on-yey – there, that’s not so hard is it? What is so special about the Tahbilk version is that it emulates the best of the Rhone and announces itself with citrus and heightened floral aromas. It has a slippery and exotic texture enlivened by flavours of apricot and peach. Fresh, soft acids fill out the finish, making it a suitable food wine especially with poultry.