Rhône valley vineyard


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Welcome to the Rhône Valley vineyard

From Vienna at the north to Arles in the south, the appellation is a wide band of 200 kms that follow the river Rhône. In terms of surface and production, it is the second French vineyard region after the Bordeaux vineyard with its 75000 hectares of vines. Remind also that the vineyard activity is the first direct employments resource for inhabitants of the Rhône valley. Since the Middle-Age, wines of the Rhône valley have ilustrious admirers and give a fineness and elegance touch to most prestigious tables of Europe. Vaucluse department, which name comes from latin Vallis Clausa that means “closed valley”, is the cradle of the famous vineyard of Châteauneuf-du-Pape.



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