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The Rhone Valley is an ancient wine producing area with many vineyard sites having been in place for many centuries. The land itself is largely scrubland and this is reflected in the earthy, peppery wines which arise from it.

The Rhone Valley is an ancient wine producing area with many vineyard sites having been in place for many centuries. The land itself is largely scrubland and this is reflected in the earthy, peppery wines which arise from it.

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Fifty or so wine-growers are active in this appellation, which was granted Côtes du Rhône Villages status in 2005. To help differentiate the wines from other Cote du Rhones, they designed a special crest for the bottle. It features the Plan de Dieu inscription and the vineyard’s coat-of-arms: a grape cluster surmounted by a halo (Plan de Dieu in English means God's Plain).

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  1. Cotes du Rhone Villages, Plan de Dieu, Frederick Reverdy

    Côtes du Rhône Villages, Plan de Dieu, Frederick Reverdy, 2015 75cl

    A lovely medium bodied expression from the Southern Rhone.  The nose is reminiscent of the surrounding garrigue (scrubland), with scents of thyme and bay laurel. These aromas continue on to the palate and are joined by deep black fruits.

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