Vignobles de la vallée du Rhône

Grape varieties

The grape varieties used in the production of Rhône Valley wines

37 grape varieties.  That’s the number of grape varieties used to make Rhône Valley wines. In the north, Syrah reigns over reds while Viognier and Marsanne dominate whites.
In the south, Grenache noir is blended with Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan and Cinsault to create reds and rosés. Whites are gracefully produced using Grenache blanc, Clairette, Marsanne, Roussanne and Viognier.
Recently, Marselan, a new grape variety, entered the composition of reds.

Vignobles de la Vallée du Rhône

Grape varieties

Black grapes varieties

The grape varieties used in the production of Rhône Valley wines

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Cépages rouges et rosés

Grey, pink and red grape varieties

The grape varieties used in the production of Rhône Valley wines

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Cépages rouges et rosés

White grape varieties

The grape varieties used in the production of Rhône Valley wines

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Cépages blancs

The art of blending

The winegrowers of Rhône Valley vineyards nurture a special kind of art: blending the various kinds of soil, exposure and grape varieties that compose their vineyards.
Locally-crafted blends have inspired winemakers across the world; in fact, the term « Rhône Blend » is used worldwide to describe any Rhône-inspired red wines.
Quite the accolade!

3 colours

Thanks to the diversity of its soils, grape varieties, climates and exposures, the Rhône Valley produces a diversity of red, white and rosé wines.
Whether fruity, full-bodied, spicy, robust, structured... red wines pair well with all kinds of cuisines, from barbecue to rich dishes in sauces.
Floral or fruity, lively or round, whites are also magnificently paired with a wide range of recipes. Rosés, whether fresh and fruity, or spicy and flavourful, are known for their multiple delicious styles.

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