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Tain l’Hermitage

Listed under Wine Regions in Rhone-Alps, France.

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Tain l’Hermitage isn't that much in itself, but when you take into account its twinning with the town of Tournon across the river in the Ardèche region, and which has a nice chateau, and all the surrounding vineyards then it begins to appear a more appealing destination – this is where the Hermitage and Crozes-hermitage wines come from, and this is the place to taste and buy them.

As well as the wine this town is known for Valrhona chocolate, which is coveted by chocolate lovers the world over.

Written by  Sophie Edgerton.

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