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Grenache (aka Garnacha) and Syrah (aka Shiraz) have been blended together for many centuries – a combination which has proved extremely successful. Both members of the blend (Grenache and Syrah) prefer warm climates, such as those found in southern France, in Spain, and in the warmer New World countries. The most prestigious wines in which these two varieties come together are those of Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Wines made from this blend typically have aromas of stewed plums, black cherries, blueberries, black olives and even a hint of spiced dark chocolate.
In France the blend is widely used in the southern ...more
Luberon (formerly Cotes du Luberon) is an appellation for wines made in the picturesque surroundings of the Luberon National Park in south-eastern France. Geographically wedged between the Rhone and Provence, AOC Cotes du Luberon wines are also stylistically caught between these two regions. The Luberon viticultural area is situated between the Ventoux and Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence appellations, to the north and south respectively. All Luberon vineyards are located within 20 miles (31k ...more
The Rhone Valley is a key wine-producing region in the south-east of France. It follows the north–south course of the Rhone river for almost 150 miles (240km) from Lyon to the Rhone Delta (the Bouches-du-Rhône), near the Mediterranean coast.
The length of the valley means that Rhone wines are the product of a wide variety of soil types and ...more
|Other wines from this producer:|
|Chateau Val Joanis Cotes du Luberon Tradition Rose, Provence|
|Chateau Val Joanis Cotes du Luberon Reserve Les Griottes, Rhone|
|Chateau Val Joanis Cotes du Luberon Reserve Vigne du Chanoine Trouillet, Rhone|
|Chateau Val Joanis Cotes du Luberon Tradition Blanc, Provence|
|Chateau Val Joanis Cotes du Luberon Blanc Reserve Les Aubepines, Rhone|
|Chateau Val Joanis Reserve Les Agasses Viognier, IGP Vaucluse|
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