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Lot Description: Saint-Joseph Bernard Faurie 2000
Quantity: 1 Bottle
Label: 1 slightly bin-soiled label, 1 good appearance
Comment: Pen marks
Origin: Private individual
Type of price: -
Type of cellar: Air-conditioned underground cellar
Recoverable VAT: No
Original Wooden Case: No
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Information about the wine
Producer: 25681 hectolitres
Grape variety: 100% Syrah
Peak: Drink ideally by 2015
Service temperature (in °C): 16
Information about the producer
Size (in ha): 795
Volume: 25681 hectolitres
Yield (in hl/ha): 40
Intensity : Classic
Dominant aroma : Spices
Tasting occasion : Gastronomic wine
This wine began to be sold as early as the 16th century, and was already a firm favourite with the Kings of France. In the 17th century, the Tournon Jesuits gave it its current name. Rolled out in a narrow 50 kilometre strip along the right bank of the Rhône, all of the vineyards in this area of the Côtes du Rhône were grouped together between 1956 and 1969, and placed under the appellation of Saint-Joseph. Made from 100% Syrah, Saint-Joseph wines are refined and elegant. Delicate and voluptuous, they develop subtle aromas of blackcurrant and raspberry, with hints of leather and liquorice as they age.*The above information describes the wine and is not vintage specific.
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Original wooden case
The original wooden case will be shipped only if requested by the customer when placing the order. It will be subject to extra delivery fees. For lots with a value exceeding ï¿½1,000 (excluding transport but including buyerï¿½s premium) the OWC will be automatically sent without any additional charge.
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