It couldn’t be more drinkable, a stunning Rhone blend of Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne. This could easily be the white of the night at any dinner gathering, you could say it’s as versatile as a Swiss army knife. Super mouthfeel, notes of crunchy white peach and delicious stone fruits, a pinprick of white blossom and a finish that lingers delicately. We are major fans of this wine.
Stephane Ogier is without a doubt, one of the most well-respected names in the Northern Rhone valley. Prior to producing Cote Rotie under their own name, the Ogier family used to sell their fruit to Guigal, one of the most prestigious producers in the northern Rhone. That all changed in 1987 when they began bottling wines under their own name and they have been on an upward trajectory ever since, scoring 100 points with Robert Parker in several vintages. Based just south of Ampuis, with vineyard holdings dotted throughout Cote Rotie, on the Cote Blonde, Brune and Cote Rosiers.