One may discern in Chateau du Trignon Viognier Cotes du Rhone a delicate tapestry woven from the very essence of the Rhone Valley - its sun-soaked vineyards kissed by the Mistral winds, the rich soils bearing the ancient tales of Greeks and Romans. As one savors each mouthful, there is a narration of stone and tropical fruits, underpinned by mineral undertones, each flavor meticulously preserved through the centuries-old art of winemaking, and now encapsulated within your glass. It is here, in the union of apricot’s lusciousness and the solemn whispers of violet, that the true uniqueness of this wine reveals itself. The enologist’s craft is evident in the supple mouthfeel, as they celebrate the storied Viognier grape, once reborn from near extinction. In every drop is a history, a legacy delicately draped over the canvas of modern sensibilities and expectations of what wine ought to be. With careful vinification and a strict selection process, the winery maintains a profound connection between the vine and chalice, yielding a narrative that is at once personal and universal.
The noble Chateau du Trignon, owned by the Quiot family, a name synonymous with winemaking prowess since the 18th century, is a monumental name in the annals of Rhone Valley winemaking. It stands not merely as a winery but as a beacon of tradition and innovation, crowned with the ability to craft wines that truly reflect the nuanced diversity of Rhone Valley terroir.
Store in a cool, dark space at a stable temperature of 12-14°C. Keep the bottle lying down to ensure the cork remains moist.