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1999 Michel Ogier - Cote-Rotie Syrah - France - Northern Rhone - Cote Rotie - Red

France - Northern Rhone - Cote Rotie

Red Syrah
Score
90
WS 94
WA 95
IWC 93
Drink Dates
Comm: 2007-2018 WA: 2004-2018 WS: 2008-2014
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IWC 93
Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 100

($60) Saturated medium ruby. Superripe, extremely expressive aromas of roasted black fruits, woodsmoke, leather and maple syrup. Fat, sweet and round, but with plenty of underlying backbone. Sappy, sexy and very ripe, with wild flavors of game, fresh blood and leather. More animal than usual for this wine, more Hermitage-like, in the style of this vintage. Really fills the mouth with fruit and soil tones. Finishes very long, with the substantial, ripe tannins coating the teeth. I'd bet on this one for the long haul.

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WA 95
Source Wine Advocate
Issue 140
Drink Dates 2004-2018

The finest Cote Roties Ogier has made (and he agrees) are the 1999s. The fabulous, opaque purple-colored 1999 Cote Rotie, which spent two years in wood (30% new), reveals a glorious bouquet of bacon fat, creme de cassis, licorice, violets, and spice box. It is full-bodied, with sweet tannin, great presence in the mouth, and a knock-out finish. Although it will be approachable in its youth, 3-4 more years of cellaring will be beneficial.

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WS 94
Source Wine Spectator
Drink Dates 2008-2014

Very alluring, with cocoa and mesquite notes leading the way for a supersilky palate loaded with mature vanilla, incense, black cherry, sweet tapenade and mineral notes. Has a very long, very fine-grained finish. The first vintage at this domaine to be partially destemmed. --1999 Cote-Rotie non-blind retrospective.

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Author Anthony D526
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99%
Tasted On 07/29/2014
Drink Dates 2007-2019

Consistent notes. Med.-dark ruby to mahogany color; full nose of black fruit, haberdashery, cigar box, & spice; similar flavors with additional notes of camphor, raspberries and a hint of mushrooms; very good concentration, complexity, and balance; good acid level gives vibrancy; soft integrated tannins; lovely long finish. An excellent Cote Rotie that is now fully mature but will hold for several years.

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Author jacques
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 90%
Tasted On 05/19/2013
Drink Dates 2008-2018
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Author ChrisMus
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 90.873%
Tasted On 01/28/2013

The bouquet on this wine was far better than the taste for me. The nose exhibited wonderful aromas of leather, cigar box and cassis. The taste was rather uneventful and a bit tart in the back end. In all, not memorable for the price.

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