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Michel & Stephane Ogier




Côte Rôtie

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Côte Rôtie, 2009

12x75cl £435.00

1 case Equiv. £36.25 per bottle

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Tasting Note:

Stephane’s Cote Rotie is a blend of a number of parcels across the appellation, Tupin, Cote de Brune, Cote Blonde and Cote Rosiers. The grapes from Cote Blonde were all de-stalked whereas those from Brune and old vines from Cote Rosiers, up to 50% of the stalks are kept. The wine is aged in used oak barriques for 18 months. Ripe but not without freshness, fruity round and plump, wonderfully balanced. Firm but not hard, juicy sweet fruit flavours of mulberry, raspberry, plum with svelte, spicy undertones. A suave Cote Rotie with an evident touch of glycerol to it, very smooth but with sufficient sap and backbone. Excellent.

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France’s wine growing “Rhone Valley” in reality covers two very distinct wine growing regions, separated by a vine-free gap of approximately 30 miles. Whilst the A.O.C. Cotes de Rhone can in theory come from both the North and the South, in practice the two zones produce remarkably distinct wines. ...