Rhône Wine Week will be back in November but we’re starting to celebrate this wonderful region now: from 1st October until 10th November we are offering 6 for 5 on all Rhône wines on the shelves. Buy any 6 bottles from the Rhône and get the cheapest bottle absolutely free! Browse our Rhône selection now.

Map of Rhone Valley

map: InterRhone

The Rhône is the most diverse wine region in France, if not the world. In fact it’s often claimed that the Northern Rhône is so far removed from the Southern in terms of style that putting them into the same bracket is a bit of a stretch. From Costière de Nîmes all the way up to Condrieu the Rhône Valley produces wines to suit all palates. Most renowned for its reds (over 80% of total production is red), the region also produces some spectacular whites (around 6% of the total output is white).

Friday 5th, Saturday 6th, and Sunday 7th October:

The wines of Stéphane Ogier, Domaine Stéphane Ogier –
Viognier de Rosine
‘La Rosine’ Syrah
‘Syrah d’Ogier’
‘Le Temps est Venu’ Rouge Côtes du Rhône
‘Le Temps est Venu’ Blanc Côtes du Rhône

Friday 12th, Saturday 13th, and Sunday 14th October:

Crozes Hermitage from Yann Chave, Domaine Yann Chave –
Crozes-Hermitage Blanc
Crozes-Hermitage Rouge
Crozes-Hermitage Rouge ‘Le Rouvre’

Friday 19th, Saturday 18th, and Sunday 19th October:

the wines of Bruno Boisson, Domaine Boisson –
Côtes du Rhône, Rouge
Côtes du Rhône, Blanc
Cairanne ‘Les Trois Terroirs’

Friday 26th, Saturday 27th, Sunday 28th, and Bank Holiday Monday 29th October:

The wines of the Ventoux – Château Pesquie
‘Terrasses’ Blanc
‘Terrasses’ Rouge


With 27 grape varieties grown over 28 appellations, if you can’t find a Rhône to love, you won’t find a wine to love!

You can browse our range here, and for the duration of the offer we will be opening bottles in store, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday (and Bank Holiday Monday too) so be sure to call in. Below is the list of what we’re planning on pouring, and when. Call in and have a taste with us, try before you buy!

Sunday Business Post Rhone Sepcialist