Château-Grillet 2006 Vin Blanc

Located in France’s Northern Rhône, this Condrieu-based estate is the only wine producer in the Château-Grillet AOC, which was established in 1936 and makes a much-vaunted Viognier. This year, François Pinault, the celebrated businessman, art collector, and owner of Château Latour, acquired the property, which holds tremendous promise for the future. ($90)

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