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Michel & Stephane Ogier Syrah La Rosine 2011

Michel & Stephane Ogier Syrah La Rosine 1.50L 2011      
Sku: 1843156*

La Rosine is a bottling of pure Syrah from vineyards located between Cote Rotie and Condrieu, and averaging 15 years in age. The wine is vinified in new, one and two year-old barrels. The La Rosine displays the classic Cote Rotie aromas and flavors of smoked meats, ripe plums and spice. This is an awesome entry-level wine from the northern Rhone, and is less than half the price of good Cote Rotie.

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Insiders and shrewd consumers have long realized that the 30,000-bottle Syrah La Rosine Vin de Pays cuvee is a great bargain. The 2011 is a 100% Syrah from the steep hillsides north of the old Roman town of Vienne, a few miles up river from Cote Rotie. The soils are largely decomposed granite. The 2011 La Rosine is a serious Syrah displaying lots of tapenade, blackberry, charcoal and fruit. This beautifully made wine sells at a remarkably fair price as it resembles a Cote Rotie from the Cote Brune.
The 2011 Syrah La Rosine IGP, which comes from steep hillside slopes located around the town of Vienna, offers serious bang for the buck. Comprised of 100% Syrah, it offers impressive notes of kirsch, toasted spice, herbed meats and leather to go with a supple, beautifully fruited and textured profile. Up-front and already delicious, it still has the balance and density to evolve gracefully for upwards of a decade.

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Country: France
Region: Rhone
Grape Varietal: Syrah
Type: Still wine
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