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2010 Maison Chapoutier Crozes-Hermitage La Petite Ruche
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About Maison Chapoutier

Maison Chapoutier, the first négociant and producer to mark their bottlings with braille, was established in 1879 by Polydor Chapoutier. The business has remained family owned since then and is now run by Michel Chapoutier. His hands off approach to winemaking has lead to a resurgence in quality at Maison Chapoutier, which now produces some of the finest wines in the Rhone region of France.

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2010 Maison Chapoutier Crozes-Hermitage La Petite Ruche

Producer: Maison Chapoutier
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: Syrah/Shiraz
Origin: France
Region: Rhone
Appellation: Crozes Hermitage

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89 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - March/April 2013

Bright ruby.  Cherry and smoky herbs on the pungent nose.  Bright and incisive, with good mineral snap and back-end grip.  Shows very good energy, finishing on a spicy note with gentle, harmonious tannins.

91 Points | Wine Spectator

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