In a nutshell:
An aromatic and well balanced Viognier from the Pays d'Oc in the south of France.
The vines used for this wine are planted on north facing slopes which protect them from the excesses of the Languedoc summer sun and help preserve the essential acidity and aromatics. As a result it has a pleasant softness, roundness and smoothness while retaining plenty of freshness. It also has all the ripe stone and lemon fruit flavours and typical aromatic notes you'd look for in a south of France Viognier.
When to drink:
Great to drink on its own, it's also perfect with fish, white meat and creamy pasta.