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Description to Collines Rhôdaniennes
IGP area in the southeast France in the winegrowing region Rhone, It stretches across the five departments Ardèche (96 municipalities), Drôme (123), Isère (40), Loire (22) and Rhône (17) from Lyon in the north to Montelimar in the south. The vineyards cover 300 hectares of vines on limestone and sandstone soils. 65% red wines, 10% rose wines and 25% white wines are produced. The main red wine varieties are Syrah. Merlot. Gamay and Pinot Noir, the most important types of white wine Viognier. Marsanne. Roussanne. Chardonnay. Aligoté and jacquère, Well-known producers are Domaine Etienne Pochon and Jaboulet-Aîné,