Power grape: Virginia’s unique relationship with viognier


Winemaker Kirsty Harmon fell in love with Virginia wine as a UVA biology student. After formal training at UC Davis, she returned to helm Blenheim Vineyards where she bottles viognier on its own and blends it in the Painted White and White Table Wine. “Viognier is an important grape for us,” says Harmon. Photo: Amy Jackson

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