Northern Rhone

The Rhone Valley in southern France is made up of the Northern and Southern Rhone vineyard areas. The majority of wines here are made from red Syrah grapes used to make Hermitage, Côte Rôtie, Crozes-Hermitage, St-Joseph, Cornas while white grapes Viognier goes in to Condrieu and Marsanne and Roussanne grapes combined forces in Hermitage and Crozes Hermitage Blanc. Côte Rôtie is famously one of the only appellations which allows the use of small quantities of white grape Viognier in its red wines to soften the power of the Syrah.

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