The Drinks Business – Rhone fine wine: slow and steady wins the race?

By November 20, 2020Press coverage

As Liv-ex laid out in a recent report, the Rhône is a “paradox in the fine wine world” and a region that has remained in the shadows, “despite having many of the attributes that should make it shine on the secondary market – quality, diversity, history and stories”.

Its vintage quality is high and consistent, its top wines have excellent critical scores (Robert Parker was much more of a Rhône than a Bordeaux one), the wines for the most part are accessibly priced and while it has complex soils and terroirs it’s a much easier proposition than, say Burgundy, to get to grips with.

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