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1999 J. Vidal Fleury Cote-Rotie la Chatillonne Cote Blonde
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Big surprise
01/21/2007
by Brown12202946
I'd never tried a Cote Rotie, until I opened this one. I was realy surprised when I picked up honey suckle in this mostly shiraz blend.

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