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Hermitage La Chapelle, the 13th-century chapel for which Paul Jaboulet Aine's famous red wine is named, is shown in the Rhone Valley in France. The chapel is seen from the steep Hermitage vineyards above Tain L'Hermitage, France.

Heady trove from the Rhone Valley

Hermitage wines are revered for their distinctive taste profiles.
May 8, 2015 5:50 AM

THE current thirst for Burgundy seems to have reached the point where one is likely to ask, "What, another burg?". Of late, while picking out wines for the table, I make a conscious effort to look at the regions that I have neglected in recent times, notably the Rhone Valley.

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