There are quite a few regions in France that are most suitable for the cultivation of vineyards. One of them is rightly considered to be the Côte du Rhône. As far back as the Middle Ages, such activities began to be actively pursued here. In the twenty-first century the scale of plantations where the crops are harvested has only increased. Red dry wine from the Côte-du-Rhône region in many ways is its visiting card. Syrah and Garnacha are the varieties mostly used to produce stunning drinks. A real gourmand is sure to appreciate the French charm.