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Super-natural Viret
10 Jul 2012 by Jancis Robinson
For me and, I suspect, a host of other wine lovers, the first duty of a wine is to taste good. If it tastes good and is made with a minimum of additions, then that's even better. But I must say that I can't be doing with wines whose sole attribute is that they boast of being 'natural'. I bring you today a range of wines that are made and sold as natural, if not supernatural, and, for the most part, taste delicious. Father and son Philippe and Alain Viret run what looks like a spectacularly-sited domaine (see below) in the north of the southern Rhône just south east of Visan and south west of Valréas within sight of Mont Ventoux...

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