A thread for all things of interest to fans of the Rhône.
To kick things off, Rhone North and South seems to have done well in 2016, maybe with the South getting the edge. 2017 looks to be somewhat compromised with low yields and low rainfall and high heat, but who knows. Maybe growers with very old vines and deep roots may make a terrific wine.
I, for one am looking forward to the time when I can access my 2015 stash, for which I roundly applaud Marcel at giving us a list for the ages.
What Rhône goodies do you have or will be trying this Christmas?
Some might find or think that posting here is foreboding.
It most certainly is not, it is just sharing a liking or even a latent passion with similar people and hopefully gaining some knowledge and sharing experiences. It’s meant to be fun!
Look at me, I’m Welsh and we never use ONE word when TEN will do.
I look forward to hearing from you.