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Département in the southeast with the capital Privas in the political region Rhone-Alpes, which is named after the river of the same name. It is located in the middle of the départements Lozére (west), Haute Loire (northwest), Loire (north), Drôme (East), Vaucluse (Southeast) and Gard (Southwest). The Châtaigne d&39;Ardèche AOC area is for chestnuts. A special feature is the wine "Cuvée des vignes d&39;antan" from (see below Jacquez ). From the early 1980s made here the well-known wine merchants and wine producers Louis Latour Pioneering work. It is Mediterranean with mild winters and hot dry summers. The vineyards cover 7,500 hectares of vineyards mainly on limestone and sandstone floors. The winegrowing areas belong to the winegrowing region Rhône , The AOC areas are:
The country wine or the entire département comprehensive IGP-Bereich is called Ardèche. This can be supplemented by the narrower, geographical name Coteaux de l&39;Ardèche (formerly this was an independent Vin de pays area). Another standalone IGP area is , Ardèche is also part of the two major regional IGP areas and Méditerranée ,