Exploring Four Overlooked Regions in the Rhône

For many drinkers, Côtes du Rhône wines are a happy medium. They aren’t the standard Pinot Noir or Cabernet Sauvignon, but they taste friendly. They’re easy to find, but not too “common.” They won’t break the bank, but they aren’t cheap plonk, either.

The problem with Côtes du Rhône, however, is that it’s a blanket appellation. Some producers make excellent, interesting, nuanced wines under this label, but others rely on inferior vineyard land and cheaply purchased grapes...

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