Albariño and Viognier are friends with benefits like the crocodile and the Egyptian pluver (the bird that cleans the croc's teeth). Alone, they are fine and dandy, but together they become greater than the sum of their parts, articulating a complexity that neither grape could on its own.
Viognier is clean and lightly floral. The Albariño shows a rounder mouthfeel, notes of tropical fruit (pineapple, lemon grass). Together, they create a balanced blend that pairs well with spicy thai dishes featuring fowl and shells (poultry and seafood).