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Stéphane Ogier Saint Joseph Le Passage Rouge 2018Stéphane Ogier
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A Saint-Joseph who shows us the Syrah on granite and the savoir-faire of Stéphane Ogier.
The vineyard of Saint-Joseph Le Passage is located in Malleval. It is an ideal granitic soil for the Syrah that, here, was planted more than 30 years ago with a high density (10,000 feet / ha). Yields of Grand Cru Burgundy, fruit selection, de-stemming and cold maceration to retain the fruit. Fermentation with indigenous yeast and 18 months of mainly used barrel. A Saint-Joseph who shows us the Syrah on granite and the savoir-faire of Stéphane Ogier.
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- Stéphane Ogier
- 75 cl
- AOC Saint Joseph
97 Route de la Taquiere, 69420 Ampuis, Francia
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