2007 HdR “Rhone Around the World”


At the first seminar from the 2007 Hospice du Rhône, we learn that Rhône varieties are grown nearly everywhere. Join us, along with moderator Patrick Comiskey and a cast of International producers to discover Rhônes Around The World.

We hear from Laura Catena of Luca (Argentina); Don Miller of Adobe Guadalupe (Baja California); Arnaud Frennet of Casa Silva (Chile’s Colchagua Valley); and Keven Clancy with Syrah from Montalcino producer Ciacci Piccolomini (Italy), and as well as Tony Rynders of Domaine Serene/Rockblock (Oregon). Remember, it’s a small, small world.

Hospice Du Rhone: www.hospicedurhone.org

Program Download Click Here: Seminar 1 – Rhone Around the World

Wines of the tasting:

– 2005 Casa Silva Lolol Viognier – Chile
– 2005 Rockblock Del Rio Vnyd Syrah – Oregon
– 2004 Casa Silva Gran Reserva Lolol Syrah – Chile
– 2004 Luca Syrah – Argentina
– 2004 Adobe Guadalupe Kerubiel – Baja California

Sponsor: Champagne USA: www.champagne.us

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4 Responses to “2007 HdR “Rhone Around the World””

  1. 1 Tim Terry Jun 4th, 2007 at 7:45 am

    I love the coverage from of these seinars. The biggest reason is that I am on the east coast and have no easy access to this event. But I think I can aquire most of the wine using http://www.winesearcher.com. Thanks again for the event and posting it so early.

  2. 2 Minisite Design Jun 7th, 2011 at 5:19 am

    Rhone Around the World for sure was an exciting one to attend to. Just one quick question – Is there any Rhone Around the World 2011 and beyond? Since I noticed that this was last 2007. Thanks for sharing. Minisite Design

  3. 3 Laura Taylor Aug 30th, 2011 at 9:50 pm

    Rhone Around the World seems to be a good seminar to attend to. Based on the pictures, people really enjoyed the program and the arrangements of things on the place are so organized. I am a wedding organizer, hence I am finding blogs with events that have exciting coverages and aesthetics designs.

  4. 4 Wanda Steel Nov 1st, 2012 at 5:46 am

    I am so jealous of those who have given the chance to attend this kind of seminar. I like anything about wines. I do hope they’ll have it next year I’d definitely look for ways to be part of it!

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