Rhone White Wines

A selection of white wines from the Rhone region of France 

The Rhone region in Southern France is particularly well known for a variety of white wines and some of them command very high prices in the world wine market. Condrieu in particular is an expensive white wine which has exceptional taste and characteristics. Condrieu comes from the Northern Rhone and  Domaine Georges Vernay make a particularly good selection of this white wine. They have various different styles of Condrieu depending on the style and taste that they consider to be of the highest level. 

Other grapes grown in the Southern Rhone include Viognier, Rousanne and Clairette. These wines are used in the production of White Chateauneuf du Pape which can use up to 9 different grape varieties in it's blend. Our favourite estates for White Chateauneuf du pape are Domaine la Solitude and Chateau Fortia. 

Chateau de Campuget is based in Nimes and makes great value Viognier with their 1753 Viognier and the delightful White Invitation Viognier.

Don't forget the dessert wines from the Rhone which are generally made with the Muscat grape although the red Beaumes de Venise dessert wine is made using Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre. Domaine de Coyeux are experts in both of these delightful dessert wines.

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Rhone White Wines

A selection of white wines from the Rhone region of France 

The Rhone region in Southern France is particularly well known for a variety of white wines and some of them command very high prices in the world wine market. Condrieu in particular is an expensive white wine which has exceptional taste and characteristics. Condrieu comes from the Northern Rhone and  Domaine Georges Vernay make a particularly good selection of this white wine. They have various different styles of Condrieu depending on the style and taste that they consider to be of the highest level. 

Other grapes grown in the Southern Rhone include Viognier, Rousanne and Clairette. These wines are used in the production of White Chateauneuf du Pape which can use up to 9 different grape varieties in it's blend. Our favourite estates for White Chateauneuf du pape are Domaine la Solitude and Chateau Fortia. 

Chateau de Campuget is based in Nimes and makes great value Viognier with their 1753 Viognier and the delightful White Invitation Viognier.

Don't forget the dessert wines from the Rhone which are generally made with the Muscat grape although the red Beaumes de Venise dessert wine is made using Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre. Domaine de Coyeux are experts in both of these delightful dessert wines.

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Showing 1 to 11 of 11
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