Planet Rhône

Le journal des vins de la Vallée du Rhône

Les articles "Made in Rhône"

  1. Harvest Season 2015

    Inter Rhône | Published on 23/10/15

    Quantities are back to the 5-year average – and quality is second to none•••

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  2. Live From the Vineyards: Luberon

    Inter Rhône | Published on 23/10/15

    The Luberon is one of the most southerly wine-growing areas of the Rhône Valley•••

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  3. Pairing passion in San Francisco

    Inter Rhône | Published on 23/10/15

    August 26th saw another successful dinner with the foodie community in San Francisco•••

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  4. Millévin 2015

    Jérôme Ubassy | Published on 19/10/15

    Thursday 19 November 2015, winemakers, wine merchants, brotherhoods..•••

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  5. Harvesting gets off to a flying start in the Rhône Valley

    Inter Rhône | Published on 18/09/15

    After a wet winter followed by copious spring rainfall until June and then a typically Mediterranean summer•••

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  6. Moods of Rhône

    Inter Rhône | Published on 25/07/13

    The Rhône Valley wine region, known for producing critically acclaimed wines that are "always right," recently hosted an exclusive tasting event at Gary's Loft in New York City - Moods of Rhône. Key influencers were invited to sample a variety of delicious offerings from producers and wine merchants who contributed to the legendary winemaking region to experience a 43 percent rise in exports to developed markets, such as the U.S. •••

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  7. The taste of colour

    Inter Rhône | Published on 12/07/13

    No other vine today is judges so much by its appearance as rosé wine. The shade and especially the intensity of its colour are quickly associated to a certain taste or certain aromas, often before the bottle is even opened. Our poor rosé wine: it really deserves better. Of course, we begin to appreciate a wine with our eyes, as seeing its vibrant colour in our glass often signifies the arrival of summer. But let’s be honest: wine is not made to be looked at, but rather to be drunk, and the real reason that rosé makes us smile is because of its aromas and flavour!•••

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