Here's a list of what they have on offer in the government stores.
As for their Cotes-du-Rhone, it's medium bodied and easy to sip or pair, with lots of ripe red fruit, star anise, and some toasty oak that gives a hint of caramel on the finish. We had it with a simple slow-cooker dinner of pot roast and root vegetables, and they got on like old friends. This is a short and sweet post for a wine that you shouldn't have to put that much thought into. Just go enjoy a bottle or two with friends and let your high school French start coming back to you as the night goes on. C'est bien, mon ami!