Chateauneuf-du-Pape is arguably the most famous red wine from France’s Rhone Valley. However, there are also some stunning whites made here too. Made predominantly from Marsanne and Rousanne, indigenous Rhone varietals, this is a very rich and textured white which can be drunk now or aged a few years for those who can keep their hands off it.
Made from 100% Roussanne, this is a really special bottle. Full bodied and waxy with bountiful floral soft citrus and stone fruit (think mandarins). A great alternative to the top white wines of Burgundy.