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Rhone Valley 90+ Wine Selection of 3 Bottles Delivered

Escape to the Rhone valley with this great selection
Three bottles of 90+ rated wines

The vineyards of the Rhone Valley, which forms a corridor between the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, have been producing wines for at least 2000 years. Discover some of its greatest treasures with these three wines:

Domaine de Montine Viognier Grignan-les-Adhémar 2018

Domaine Lavau Gigondas 2016

Benjamin et David Duclaux La Germine Côte-Rôtie 2017

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Domaine de Montine Viognier Grignan-les-Adhémar 2018
100% Viognier from AOP Grignan-les-Adhémar, Rhône, France
Best Buy  Wine & Spirits -  90 pts  Wine Enthusiast

Domaine Lavau Gigondas 2016
Red blend from Gigondas, Rhône, France
92 pts  Wine Advocate -  90 pts  Wine Enthusiast -  91 pts  Wine Spectator

Benjamin et David Duclaux La Germine Côte-Rôtie 2017
Red Syrah and Viognier blend from Cote Rotie, Rhone, France
93 pts  Wine Advocate

The Rhone Valley was the result of an epic geological clash between the Massif Central and the Alps, creating a rift valley that was flooded by the Mediterranean. Three hundred million years ago, volcanic activity in the Massif Central produced the granitic rocks of the northern Rhone, while in the South, successive layers of fluvial and calcareous marine sediments formed such reliefs as the Dentelles de Montmirail – a huge bar of worn and scalloped limestone – and Mont Ventoux. Forty million years ago, the Alps were pushed upwards, causing the valley separating the two massifs to collapse. The Alpine Gulf created in this way was filled by the Mediterranean, which gradually deposited a base layer of hard limestone and marl (calcareous clay). Later, the closing of the Strait of Gibraltar considerably lowered the level of the Mediterranean, with the result that the Rhone began digging itself a deeper bed, creating fluvial terraces on either side of the valley and mixing the different elements in the hillside soils: sands, clay containing flinty pebbles. Today, the valley’s soils consist of four different types of rock: granite, sandy silica, limestone, and clay. The bedrock plays an essential role in the way in which the growing vines are supplied with water, determining the varied aromas and flavors of Rhone wines.


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