Côtes du Rhône

GET TO KNOW THE EASY-DRINK­ING, FOOD-FRIENDLY AP­PEAL OF CÔTES DU RHÔNE WINES THIS FALL. RE­LAX AND EN­JOY THEM WITH THESE SIM­PLE TIPS.

Food & Wine - - BOTTLE SERVICE -

1 Un­cork Fun

Whether you’re host­ing wine night for friends or or­der­ing de­liv­ery with \RXU SDUWQHU \RXοOO QG great se­lec­tions for all of your fa­vorite food sce­nar­ios. From cozy to so­cial, dis­cover bot­tles for ev­ery kind of meal— and ev­ery kind of wine drinker.

2 Sam­ple the En­tire Re­gion

Run­ning from Lyon to the Mediterranean Sea, the Côtes du Rhône, which means “the hill­sides of the Rhône,” are di­vided into four ap­pel­la­tion cat­e­gories: Côtes du Rhône, Côtes du Rhône Vil­lages, Côtes du Rhône Vil­lages with a ge­o­graph­i­cal name, and the Crus.

3 Keep It Sim­ple

Choos­ing and pair­ing de­li­cious wines can be ef­fort­less. Côtes du Rhône wines are ap­proach­able, mod­ern and orig­i­nal. There’s an im­pres­sive di­ver­sity of high-qual­ity wines, in­clud­ing red, white and rosé—all at great price points.

4 Do the Un­ex­pected

There are no hard-and­fast rules to drink­ing wine. For a mod­ern spin on clas­sic steak frites, driz­zle the fries with WUXI⊇H RLO DQG SDLU ZLWK D red Côtes du Rhône. You can also serve red wine with cur­ried sautéed shrimp, or an ex­otic mixed cheese board.

Be Sea­son­ally In­spired

On crisp au­tumn days, you can still en­joy plenty of rosé and white wines. Rosé Côtes du Rhône pairs beau­ti­fully ZLWK SL]]D DQG ⊇DYRUIXO tagine stews. Or com­ple­ment grilled VK DQG URDVWHG FKLFNHQ with Côtes du Rhône white wines.

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