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Emiliana Natura Viognier 2015

The Experience

Drink When...
You're catching up
Listen To...
'Friends' - Bette Midler
Think About...
How darn silky her hair is
Drink With...
A spicy curry for two

The Oddbins Take

We all have that one friend we secretly envy and chances are she has a pretty name like, say…Emiliana. Emiliana is a big softy whose natural demeanour makes her extremely popular. And why does she always smell so good?! It's as though she bathes in papaya, apricot and honeysuckle.

Well, whatever it is, we want it too and as much as you'd like to dislike her for being so wonderful, you've got to admit her company is always pretty refreshing. You just can't help but adore her.

The Vital Statistics

Bottle Size
Regular - 750ml
Residual Sugar
2.8 g/l

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The Style

Viognier (100%)
Light Full bodied
Dry Sweet

Notable Features

  • Suitable For Vegetarians
  • Suitable For Vegans
  • Organic

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Joanna Simon on 13/04/2017 - "I love the heady blossom and peach aromas of this organic white and its peaches-and-cream flavour and soft citrus‐zest freshness, but Viognier isn't always one of my favourite grapes. It can be a bit like the nursery rhyme: when it's good, it's very, very good, and when it's bad it's horrid. In the wrong place it turns from aromatic beauty to flabby plodder almost overnight. What Viognier likes, and gets in the cooler parts of Chile's Central Valley, is a good drop in temperature at night, so that the grapes take their time to ripen and develop flavour while retaining refreshing acidity. The Natura Viognier is an ideal aperitif, but try it with seafood, such as scallops with sweetcorn puree, or fish in a cream sauce or chicken with sweetcorn or courgette fritters. And if you want a red wine to follow it, try the Natura Carmenere (same price). Pub quiz fact: Emiliana is the biggest producer of organic wines not just in Chile, not just in South America, but in the world."
One of the world's most important producers of organic and biodynamic wines, Emiliana is one of the largest wineries in South America.