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Rene Rostaing Côte-Rôtie la Landonne 2004

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The 2004 Cote Rotie La Landonne possesses scorched earth roasted meats smoked herbs licorice and sweet black raspberry and cassis flavors that jump from the glass of this deep full-bodied Cote Rotie. The wine is rich has good acidity hints of black olive in the mouth and a long heady finish. It is approachable now but promises to be better in 3-4 years and last for 15 or more.

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Rene Rostaing:
The Domaine consists of 7.5 hectares spread over 20 plots in Cote-Rotie,Crozes-Hermitage,Condrieu and Languedoc but is based in Ampuis  Cote-Rotie. La Landonne and Cote Blonde are the two top of the range cuvees of Cote-Rotie from specific vineyards but the main cuvee is called 'Classique' or 'Ampodium' and that is made from a blend of grapes from 13 other plots. Rene Rostaing also owns Domaine Peuch in Languedoc

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Source: Melange Wines
10/06/2009

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External Review
Source: Melange Wines
10/06/2009

The 2004 Cote Rotie La Landonne possesses scorched earth roasted meats smoked herbs licorice and sweet black raspberry and cassis flavors that jump from the glass of this deep full-bodied Cote Rotie. The wine is rich has good acidity hints of black olive in the mouth and a long heady finish. It is approachable now but promises to be better in 3-4 years and last for 15 or more.



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The 2004 Cote Rotie La Landonne possesses scorched earth roasted meats smoked herbs licorice and sweet black raspberry and cassis flavors that jump from the glass of this deep full-bodied Cote Rotie. The wine is rich has good acidity hints of black olive in the mouth and a long heady finish. It is approachable now but promises to be better in 3-4 years and last for 15 or more.

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