Wine Spectator 93 points - Lush and inviting, with creamed peach, orange zest, toasted brioche and macadamia nut notes, culminating in a long, citrus oil–infused finish. Drink now through 2014.—J.M. (Jul 10 2013)
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Wine maker notes
Our Saint-Péray "Fleur de Crussol” comes from our oldest MARSANNE vineyard (aged 70 years), in the heart of the original slopes of AOC SAINT PERAY, on granite soil slope with limestone elements.
A rare wine, which perfectly matches roasted fish, seafood and Asian cooking in its youth or with fish in sauce, white meat, after some years of ageing.
With over 70 parcels of vines totaling seven hectares, it is no wonder that Alain Voge sometimes seems distracted. Half in jest, he says that the reason he harvests so late is to figure out which vines are his. Lovably comic yet humble, honest, dedicated to his domaine, and incredibly hardworking, Alain Voge and his wife Elaine have been estate-bottling Cornas since the mid-1950s. In spite of producing what most critics, Parker and the Wine Spectator included, call some of the finest wines in the world, the Voges remain the kind of people one wishes one had for grandparents.
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