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  1. $24.95

    $299.40

    Michel et Stéphane Ogier

    France (France), Northern Rhône (France)

    12 x 750 ml

    Breads, Cured Meat, Hard Cheese, Red Meat, Roasted Vegetables


    Ruby robe with violet reflections. Aromas of fresh fruit, cherry, violet and peony, with a hint of spices, waft from the glass. The mouth is round and soft, with fine tannins, and good aromatic expression on the fruit and floral notes. > Learn More

  2. $249.00

    $1,494.00

    Michel et Stéphane Ogier

    France (France), Northern Rhône (France)

    6 x 750 ml

    Breads, Cured Meat, Hard Cheese, Red Meat, Roasted Vegetables


    Mixed case of 6 different Cote Rotie Lieux-Dits:

    1 x Bertholon - 95 Wine Spectator, 94+ Wine Advocate

    1 x But de Mont - 94 Wine Spectator, 91 Wine Advocate

    1 x Cote-Bodin - 95 Wine Spectator, 94 Wine Advocate

    1 x Fongeant - 94 Wine Spectator, 93+ Wine Advocate

    1 x La Viallière - 93 Wine Spectator, 94 Wine Advocate

    1 x Montmain - 94 Wine Spectator, 93+ Wine Advocate

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  3. $549.00

    $1,647.00

    Michel et Stéphane Ogier

    France (France), Northern Rhône (France)

    3 x 750 ml

    Breads, Cured Meat, Hard Cheese, Red Meat, Roasted Vegetables


    "The inky-colored 2013 Côte Rôtie Belle Helene is another beautiful wine that shines more for its purity and elegance than overt power and richness. Black fruits, wood smoke, caramelized meats and hints of beef blood all flow from this full-bodied, mineral-laced, focused and chiseled Côte Rôtie that needs 5-7 years of cellaring and will keep for another 15+ years."

    96+ points - Jeb Dunnuck, Wine Advocate, Dec 2016

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