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The Rhône wine region in Southern France is situated in the Rhône valley and produces numerous wines under various Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) designations. The region's major appellation in production volume is Côtes du Rhône AOC. The Rhône is generally divided into two sub-regions with distinct ...


History, appellations, grape varieties... Rhône wines yield up their secrets.


Oct 16, 2013 ... Updated February 8th, 2018. The Rhône Valley has been a hub of wine culture since ancient times and is just as popular today. Come explore this superb region and learn why: “There's no place like Rhône.” Viticulture as we know it arrived in Southern France with the Greeks in the 4th century BC.


This page is a guide to Rhone Valley Wine Grapes used in the production of red and white wines from the Rhone Valley. Like every wine region, the wines of the Rhone Valley obtain their special qualities and unique flavor profile from their terroir, climate, choices made by the wine maker and of course, the Rhone Valley  ...


The second largest wine-producing region in France, the Rhône Valley vineyards thrive on both sides of the river. From Lyon to the Camargue region, passing through the regions of Provence and the Luberon, discover the region's rich history and taste the range of Rhône wines.


Apr 15, 2014 ... Châteauneuf du Pape vineyards. WHY GO? We visited Rhone Valley for 3 days and were absolutely overwhelmed by its beauty - we had to promise to come back soon! The region has so much to offer from a cultural point of view with Lyon being one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. More importantly ...


Rather like the confluence of two rivers—the Rhone and Saone—in the city of Lyon, the Rhone Valley offers two distinct experiences. There are vibrant European cities, and stunningly beautiful countryside, home to some of the best wines and cuisine in the world. Visit the Rhone Valley—which spans from Lyon to just north ...


Explore Lyon & the Rhône Valley holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | At the crossroads of central Europe and the Atlantic, the Rhineland and the Mediterranean, grand old Lyon is France's third-largest metropolis and its gastronomic capital. Savouring timeless traditional dishes in checked- tableclothed ...


Jun 17, 2016 ... The Rhone Valley is a key wine-producing region in southeastern France. It follows the course of the Rhone river for almost 150 miles, from Lyon to the Rhone Delta. The valley produces some of France's most famous wines, mostly from Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre.