Visit the wineries and wine cellars of the Rhône Valley

After Bordeaux, the Rhône valley is the second largest national wine producer in terms of volume of AOC wines. So in terms of the cellars to visit, you are served! Winalist invites you to discover the best wine experiences in the region, along the banks of the Rhône. Visit the most beautiful wine cellars, share unique moments with the winegrowers with family, alone or with friends. On weekdays and weekends, our partners offer you the best wine experiences in the Rhône Valley.

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Wine tourism in the Rhône Valley: authentic wine experiences

The wine-growing area in the Rhône valley covers 79,000 hectares. There are 68 different appellations. You will find mostly red wine, rosé, few white wines and rare sparkling wines. While strolling in this vineyard, you can discover all the richness of the heritage of the region. Wine workshops to understand the differences between the main grape varieties (Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault, etc.), regional food-wine pairings , or even total immersion in a domain for a weekend. You will always find an authentic wine experience at a Winalist partner.

Figures to know: The region produces around 465 million bottles per year, coming from 6,000 wineries. Two thirds of them are grouped into cooperatives. The Rhône Valley has many wines highly rated by specialists.

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The southern Rhône wine route starts south of Montélimar and ends in Avignon. This Mediterranean region is very diverse in vines because the nature of the soils is very varied. 13 grape varieties make up Drôme, Ardèche and Vaucluse. In particular, you will discover the famous Châteauneuf-du-Pape, near Orange . Several areas are to be visited in the village and its surroundings, as well as a Wine Museum. Continue your journey towards Avignon, then towards Nîmes if you still have time to visit this region. On your way, discover the wines of Château Mourgues du Grès (red, white, rosé).
The wine route in the north of the Rhône valley begins in the south of Lyon, more precisely in Vienne. You will meet the great wines of the region of the Syrah grape variety (Condrieu, Saint-Joseph, Hermitage…). By crossing Malleval and Tain-l'Hermitage, you will soon arrive in Valence to discover magnificent picturesque landscapes.

How to book a wine weekend in the Rhône Valley?

With Winalist, wine tourism in the Rhône Valley is just one click away! Thanks to our search platform, discover the vineyards and castles that look like you. Select your next destination using your search criteria. Book your experience on the date and time of your choice. Once your activity has been booked, you will receive a confirmation, as well as a reminder. Our partner harvesters open their doors to you on Saturdays and Sundays for the most part. Winalist is the leading platform for wine tourism in the Rhône and France.

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