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2002 Chateau Rayas Chateau de Fonsalette Blanc
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About Chateau Rayas

Historically cited as the exception that proves that a 100%-Grenache wine can be capable of long aging, Rayas has for decades been treasured for its unique combination of almost Burgundian red-berry perfume and extraordinary liqueur-like ripeness and mouth-filling richness. Founded in 1880 by Albert Reynaud, Chateau Rayas is now maintained by Albert’s great-grandson, Emmanuel.

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2002 Chateau Rayas Chateau de Fonsalette Blanc

Producer: Chateau Rayas
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Marsanne
Origin: France
Region: Rhone
Appellation: Cotes du Rhone

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Marsanne

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