Rhone White Blends

Though not as prominent in the Rhône Valley as red wines, or as popular as a model in other countries, white Rhône wines have a unique character, and are typically rich and firm, often with notes of acacia, honeysuckle, almonds, and summer fruit. The most noble white Rhône variety, viognier, is often bottled alone, as in Condrieu, but is also widely blended with marsanne, roussanne, and/or grenache blanc, sometimes with other cultivars (clairette, grenache gris, picpoul blanc, etc.) added. White Rhône blends have become popular outside France, especially in California, as well as in the Pacific Northwest, Australia, and other regions. 

Serve With

Lobster, langoustines, crab, chicken dishes in rich sauces, Asian food.