"Far better is the 2012 Viognier (100% Viognier). It offers up notes of lychee nuts, peach marmalade and honeysuckle as well as a medium-bodied texture, an authentic Viognier flavor profile and a crisp finish. It, too, is best consumed over the next year. These four dry whites from Le Jade (one of the brands coming from the large Cave de Pomerols) are all noteworthy values (their reds are much less impressive)."
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (Issue #208, August 2013), 87 pts