Côtes du Rhône Villages

Céline Aubert is the third generation of her family to grow wine in the Rhone valley and she says that she owes all her skill and knowledge to her Grandfather Max (pictured). As Master of the Commanderie of the Côtes du Rhône and founder of the Wine University in Suze-la-Rousse, he certainly had the skill! What Céline will tell you can’t be taught, is the passion that he passed on.

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Grape Profile: The Fruits of the Rhone


Something of a recent success story, Marsanne has benefitted from modern wine-making techniques. No longer is it seen as ‘flabby’, it is now viewed as a grape capable making complex wines.


It was in the Rhone that Viognier made its name, as a result of the popularity of Condrieu, fashionable in the early 90s. Typically it makes wine with a stone fruit character and floral notes.


The overriding quality of this grape is its distinctive herbal aroma. Beyond this, it has high acidity, critical when it comes to bottle aging. For this reason it is  often included in blends


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