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Stéphane Ogier Viognier de Rosine 2018Stéphane Ogier
Viognier de Rosine is made from a 3-hectare estate located in Tupin-Semons. It is a estate of strong granite component, planted entirely with Viognier over 20 years ago. The high planting density of more than 10,000 feet per hectare and the granitic soil is responsible for the freshness of this wine whose yield is small, just 30hl / ha.
Viognier de Rosine is made from a 3-hectare estate located in Tupin-Semons. It is a estate of strong granite component, planted entirely with Viognier over 20 years ago. The high planting density of more than 10,000 feet per hectare and the granitic soil is responsible for the freshness of this wine whose yield is small, just 30hl / ha. Ferment in cask and fudre with indigenous yeast, where aging continues for 8 months.
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- Stéphane Ogier
- 75 cl
- IGP Collines Rhodaniennes
97 Route de la Taquiere, 69420 Ampuis, Francia
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