O. Raffault Chinon "Les Picasses" 2002
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Tradition reigns supreme at this famed Loire estate. The grapes are of course handpicked and fermented in stainless-steel. The wines are then aged in larger neutral oak. The æPicasses' spends 2 to 3 years in oak and is usually released about 4 years after the vintage.
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