American Rhone-style wines are made from the same grapes that have flourished for centuries in France’s Rhone River Valley, and their growing popularity in the United States speaks to their versatility with food, wide range of rich flavors, and to the skills of American winemakers. For a wine to qualify as a “Rhone Rangers” wine, the winery must be a member of the organization and 75% of the wine’s content must include one or more of the twenty-two traditional Rhone grape varieties as approved by the French government for the wines of the Cotes du Rhone (including Petite Sirah/Durif).
Join Gratitude Gourmet in celebrating the 15th Annual San Francisco Weekend Celebration of American Rhones with a $5 Discount on the General Admission Grand Tasting Ticket.
It normally sells for $45, but with this special code, Gratitude Gourmet Readers pay $40. The promo code GRATG312 must be entered during the online purchasing process, and the code is good until 3/25 at noon. You can purchase tickets here: http://www.rhonerangers.org/calendar/sf_grand_tasting.php. Cheers!