Rhone

In the South East of France, stretching south from the city of Lyon, the mighty Rhône river cuts a huge valley that feeds the Mediterranean. It has long been associated with winemaking, with north and south each having a flavour and style of their own. The Northern Rhône is known for single varietal wines made from the Syrah grape (known as Shiraz in the New World), and small pockets of exquisite white wines made from the Viognier grape. The Southern Rhône provides a rainbow of wines, with reds, rosés, whites and some wonderful styles based on the classic Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre blend, although up to thirteen different varietals are allowed in to the mix. Perhaps most famous of all is Châteauneuf-du-Pape, a rich, full-bodied red that epitomises the character of the region.
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