What do we mean when we say we make only “Rhône style” wines?
Grenache grapes

The Rhône, a major river in France, rises in the Alps and flows south to the Mediterranean Sea.  This river lends its name to the southern French wine region on its banks, the Rhône Valley.  The indigenous grape varieties that grow in the region, like Syrah, Grenache & Viognier, are often referred to as Rhône grapes.  So, regardless of their place of origin, wines made from these grapes are said to be Rhône style wines the world over.

Click here to download our descriptive list of the most popular wine varieties including Rhône grapes used to make Rhône style wines.  It even provides a pronunciation of each grape.

Viognier Free Food Pairings Guide
viognier bottle with tulips and glass of white wine on a table

Viognier is the 2nd most-planted white Rhône varietal in the United States, and produces intense aromas of zesty lemon, ripe apricot, and yellow peach.  The palate is medium-bodied with lots of texture and packed with tropical fruit flavors.

We have 6 of what we think are the best food pairings for Viognier.  Download your free pairings guide today by clicking here.

It’s Rosé Cocktail Time

Grab your Rosé lovin’ friends and enjoy some classic and modern cocktails made with our fabulous Rosé of Grenache. Click here to obtain the recipes.