Why co-ferment Syrah and Viognier?

The white wine grape Viognier is traditionally fermented with the red grape Syrah in making a red wine. Winemaker Brianne Day explains that it leads to greater aromatics and also “it’s really sexy”.

Brianne Day of Day Wines in Oregon sat with Ask a Winemaker in Chicago in 2013.

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