Often blended with Roussanne, and occasionally Viognier, especially in the Rhône Valley, France. This traditional varietal from the Vallée du Rhône, is now widely planted around the world and in particular in Australia and the United States. Well known in Australia for its ability to bottle age and create incredibly complex wines. When producing a wine on its own it is deeply coloured, full-bodied with moderate acidity and has notes for lemon pith, almond meal and honeysuckle.

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