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The Rhone Zone: 2007 Domaine du Grapillon D'Or Gigondas ~ 1806

“That which we obtain too easily, we esteem lightly. It is dearness which gives everything its value.” ~Thomas Paine
Perhaps, you're thinking and scratching your head over the fact that many of last years posts were centered on plenty of domestic juice, with the usual suspects. I know I've indicated that there was going to be some major spanning the globe stuff, to bring you the constant variety of vino the world has to offer. So with that in mind, bam it's time for a visit to the Rhone Zone.
That said, "you're now traveling through another wine country destination, a destination not only of sight and sound but of the vine; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of export. That's the signpost up ahead — your next stop, the Rhone Zone. —Rod Serling
Isn't that how Mr. Serling introduced the second season of the Twilight Zone, a timeless show which was way ahead of its time in many respects. A show that made many take pause and perhaps even so…

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