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- n. A horizontal section of guttering, collecting rainwater from a roof.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An erroneous spelling of rone.
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- n. a major French river; flows into the Mediterranean near Marseilles
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So we're supposed to think that it applies to pinot, chardonnay, syrah, sauvignon blanc, and rhone varietals?
The newest American Viticultural Area is in Washington: Lake Chelan, which has 15 wineries.www. vins-rhone.com Some sites make us want to travel far from home, and this is one of them.
We hit the cote de rhone and two hours later, emerged from the restaurant.
Not to hot or overripe great rhone finish. on 9/10/2010 & rated 96 points: 90 Pegau, from a beautiful bottle with fill that looks like a 10 year old wine.
The Perrin 's seem to take as much care with their cotes du rhone as they do with their CDP.
Very nice and pretty easily identifiable as a southern rhone.
This is definitely rhone syrah and not australian shiraz. i drank this one way, way too early in its life. needs several years to come together better. will this become an outstanding wine? probably not, but it will become much better and more complex.
Bravo. on 6/2/2010 & rated 93 points: Expectations were high for this wine and it had stiff competition with Denner and Justin rhone varietals.
This would never been mistaken for a wine from the rhone given the rich ripe fruit flavors, but fantastic wine making with terrior in mind, varietally correct, and impeccably balanced at all times with potential for aging.
At first the nose almost struck me as a northern rhone syrah from a cooler vintage.