Rhone

The Rhône (French: Rhône, IPA: [ʁon]; German: Rhone; Walliser German: Rotten; Italian: Rodano; Arpitan: Rôno; Occitan: Ròse) is one of the major rivers of Europe, rising in Switzerland and running from there through southeastern France. At Arles, near its mouth on the Mediterranean Sea, the river divides into two branches, known as the Great Rhône (French: Grand Rhône) and the Little Rhône (Petit Rhône). The resulting delta constitutes the Camargue region.
Posts about Rhone
    • Elegant Rhone Style Wines From Sonoma’s Dry Creek Valley

      When we think of Sonoma’s famed Dry Creek Valley, immediately we associate it with their powerful old-vine Zinfandels, however, did you know that Dry Creek Valley is also home to some excellent Rhone style wines as well? The climate and soil types in the Dry Creek Valley is optimal for growing Rhone grape varieties.

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    • Wines to Summon Your BC Ferry Godmother

      Poor Boo. Here it is, the holiday season and he has to work nights tonight. Luckily, Elzee was free to come out and play. Good thing cuz there's no sense me spending it home alone - or even out alone - as tonight was destined to be a good evening. Dinner, party and a play. Poor Boo. In an attempt to make him feel a teensy bit better about his "no fun night," he woke up from h ...

      2001 Bottles - A Wine Odysseyin Chardonnay- 5 readers -
    • Tasting Vino At Morgan & York, Ann Arbor

      Earlier this month we took a road trip to Ann Arbor, to grab a spot of lunch and to visit some wine destinations. Our team of four was Green Dragon and me plus the Cabinator and Glorious T. After lunch at a Paesano’s Wine Bar, we squirted in to Morgan & York. Morgan & York is a cool purveyor of European wines and handmade cheeses.

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  • Quick Sip: Teldeschi 2006 Estate Reserve Terraluna

    … Hello Friends, Today’s Quick Sip is the F. Teldeschi Winery 2006 Estate Reserve Terraluna red blend. F. Teldeschi is a family-owned and operated vineyard and winery in Sonoma County’s Dry Creek Valley appellation. The family has 70 acres under vine planted to Zinfandel, which the area is well-known for, along with Petite Sirah, Carignane, some…

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  • Larner Vineyard & Winery | Los Olivos, CA

    … first hand. Needless to say, I was thrilled when I walked into the Larner tasting room on a recent Saturday, only to find that it was empty and that winemaker & vineyard manager Michael Larner was behind the bar pouring. Michael Larner at Larner Wines in Los Olivos, CA Michael’s passion for wine is tireless. After receiving his Bachelor’s…

    Wine-ding Road Blogin Syrah- 3 readers -
  • The Perfect Gift

    … its best, and should last until the 2020s. This would certainly make a great gift for wine collector who also loves classical music and/or Italian culture. Roger Peguet Hermitage 2010 ($49.99) For Syrah lovers (which should be everyone, but for some reason is not), Hermitage is the crown jewel and spiritual ground zero. A hill in the Rhone region…

    Mike Madaio/ Pennsylvania Vine Companyin Syrah Malbec- 1 readers -
  • Holiday Dine Around

    … There's been a bit of change in the neighbourhood over the last decade. Folks have come and folks have gone but, thankfully, there's one constant that (so far) has shown no signs of fading away. Indeed, it would appear that the only thing threatening our hood's Holiday Dine Around is its success. The catalyst of the event was the fact that six…

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  • Six Wines for Tom Kerridge’s epic Christmas Recipes

    … Six superb wines to show Tom’s recipes off to a tee. 2013 Dalila Bianco, Sicilia Feudo Arancio, Italy (£7.25, The Wine Society tel. 01438 741177). Sicilian whites are coming up trumps these days as this classy Grillo, balanced with 20% lightly-oaked Viognier, shows perfectly. The peachy scent and citrus palate impress immediately and they work…

    Matthew Jukesin Syrah Chardonnay- 2 readers -
  • Amy Butler Talks about Carignan

    … the consulting winemaker at LXV (a post that will be coming soon) and has her own label, Ranchero Cellars. Amy’s big thing is the carignan grape (also spelled carignane). We’ll let you look at the video to tell you why. We’ve tasted the wine and it was awesome! The post Amy Butler Talks about Carignan appeared first on OddBallGrape.com. …

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  • 2006 Aline Bonfils Domaine du Gour de Chaulé Getting autumnal...

    … 2006 Aline Bonfils Domaine du Gour de Chaulé Getting autumnal with some Gigondas! Plums, dried cherries, and red cherry syrup on the nose along with hints of olive, tapenade, barn, and some rustic French-style funk. Redder and riper on the palate with tart dried cherries, more pronounced olive tapenade, and the funk and farm notes. Good…

    Shiba Sommelierin Syrah- 6 readers -
  • Wine of the Week

    …, either; fine-grained tannins and vigorous acidity support delicious black fruit flavors deeply imbued with graphite minerality and earthy, loamy elements. 13.5 percent alcohol. We drank this bottle with beef shanks braised with carrots, potatoes and turnips bathed in a rich winy sauce, and the match was perfect. Now through 2017 to 2020…

    Fredric Koeppel/ Bigger Than Your Headin Syrah- 2 readers -
  • J. Lohr: 40 Years On The Rhone

    … backyard chickens. This wine tempts with aromas of red plums, juicy blackberries, basil, smoked meat and a smidgeon of pepper. The flavors are explosively red, black and blue, all savory-edged and precise with a persistence and presence of a wild animal. This wine will haunt you. 2013 Gesture Viognier, Paso Robles, $25 From the Gean Vineyard…

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