FRANCE: Côtes du Rhône wine unions merge

By Stuart Todd | 12 November 2008

Wine union Vignerons des Côtes du Rhône, best known for its Cellier des Dauphins brand, is to merge with its smaller counterpart, Vignerons de l'Enclave des Papes.

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Wine union Vignerons des Côtes du Rhône, best known for its Cellier des Dauphins brand, is to merge with its smaller counterpart, Vignerons de l'Enclave des Papes.

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