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2001 Domaine Michel and Stephane Ogier Cote-Rotie Les Embruns

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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - January/February 2005

($125) Moderately saturated ruby-red. Aromas of violet, mocha, woodsmoke and leather. Fat, rich, dense and chocolatey, but without quite the intensity, precision or floral lift of the regular estate wine in 2001. This has a deeper pitch to its fruit. Finishes with lovely sweetness and supple tannins.

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