The Rhône Valley seems to suffer from some of the worst effects of fashionability. One year we hear nothing but up-and-coming tales of Rhône Valley wines and winemakers, then just as suddenly the wine world presses on to a new hipster outpost. The Rhône deserves better, but this at least keeps some prices in check. This superbly spicy and complex blend of grenache, syrah and mourvedre hails from 100-year-old vines from around the village of...
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