Vintage 2021

Condrieu `La Combe de Malleval`, Domaine Stéphane Ogier

Domaine Stéphane Ogier
Product Code: OG16ZZWC

Tasting Notes

Generous wine with deep aromas of ripe stone fruits (peach, apricot). Good freshness coming along a full bodied mouth with long persistence.

Profile

Viognier
12.5
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            [Notes1] => Generous wine with deep aromas of ripe stone fruits (peach, apricot). Good freshness coming along a full bodied mouth with long persistence.			
			
			
			

            [Notes2] => From a 17 hectare estate that covers Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu, St. Joseph and the Seyssuel in the Northern Rhône as well as vineyards on the Plan de Dieu and Visan in the Southern Rhône. The vineyards in the Northern Rhône are on very steep slopes, overlooking the Rhône River and with exposures that range from east through to south. The soils are a mixture of granite, gneiss and mica-schist. The grapes the Condrieu `Combe de Malleval` come from a steeply sided vineyard in the southern part of the appellation at Saint Pierre de Boeuf. The 3 hectares of Viognier are planted on granite soils and are 25 yars old on average. The vines are planted at a density of 10,000 vines per hectare and the vineyard work is done with manually with minimum intervention and the grapes are harvested by hand.
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91 Pts by Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate 2018."			

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begun to mature into a confident, consistent brilliance.
Stéphane studied in Beaune for five years and it is clear the influence that Burgundy has had on his style of wines. He has adopted a
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Much of his success however is not due to the brilliance of his wines from the famous appellation of Côte-Rôtie but rather to his
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following for his wines from the six hectare La Rosine vineyard situated between Côte-Rôtie and Condrieu has subsequently
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producing 12 different Côte-Rôtie alone. He de-stems the reds depending on the vineyard and the vintage and whilst still maturing most of the range in 228 litre barrels, uses significantly less new oak than in his youth. He looks for tension in his whites, occasionally partially blocking the malolactic 
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                    [Notes2] => Northern Rhône
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great promise from an early age, receiving 100 points from Robert Parker for his Côte-Rôtie
‘Belle Helene’ 1999 when he was only twenty two but it is in recent years that his talent has
begun to mature into a confident, consistent brilliance.
Stéphane studied in Beaune for five years and it is clear the influence that Burgundy has had on his style of wines. He has adopted a
pragmatic approach to his vinification process, partially de-stemming for some cuvees, doing pre-fermentation cold soaks when
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Much of his success however is not due to the brilliance of his wines from the famous appellation of Côte-Rôtie but rather to his
exploration and development of hitherto unfashionable and long ignored areas of Vin de Pays in the Northern Rhône. The huge
following for his wines from the six hectare La Rosine vineyard situated between Côte-Rôtie and Condrieu has subsequently
encouraged many other growers in the area to seek out similar types of land for planting. After recent purchases the domaine’s vineyard
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producing 12 different Côte-Rôtie alone. He de-stems the reds depending on the vineyard and the vintage and whilst still maturing most of the range in 228 litre barrels, uses significantly less new oak than in his youth. He looks for tension in his whites, occasionally partially blocking the malolactic 
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                    [Notes2] => Northern Rhône
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                    [Notes4] =>  Whereas many wine producers take a lifetime to make wines of note, at thirty eight years of age
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great promise from an early age, receiving 100 points from Robert Parker for his Côte-Rôtie
‘Belle Helene’ 1999 when he was only twenty two but it is in recent years that his talent has
begun to mature into a confident, consistent brilliance.
Stéphane studied in Beaune for five years and it is clear the influence that Burgundy has had on his style of wines. He has adopted a
pragmatic approach to his vinification process, partially de-stemming for some cuvees, doing pre-fermentation cold soaks when
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Much of his success however is not due to the brilliance of his wines from the famous appellation of Côte-Rôtie but rather to his
exploration and development of hitherto unfashionable and long ignored areas of Vin de Pays in the Northern Rhône. The huge
following for his wines from the six hectare La Rosine vineyard situated between Côte-Rôtie and Condrieu has subsequently
encouraged many other growers in the area to seek out similar types of land for planting. After recent purchases the domaine’s vineyard
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producing 12 different Côte-Rôtie alone. He de-stems the reds depending on the vineyard and the vintage and whilst still maturing most of the range in 228 litre barrels, uses significantly less new oak than in his youth. He looks for tension in his whites, occasionally partially blocking the malolactic 
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                    [Notes4] =>  Whereas many wine producers take a lifetime to make wines of note, at thirty eight years of age
Stéphane Ogier is already a regional hero for the Northern Rhône Valley. Stéphane showed
great promise from an early age, receiving 100 points from Robert Parker for his Côte-Rôtie
‘Belle Helene’ 1999 when he was only twenty two but it is in recent years that his talent has
begun to mature into a confident, consistent brilliance.
Stéphane studied in Beaune for five years and it is clear the influence that Burgundy has had on his style of wines. He has adopted a
pragmatic approach to his vinification process, partially de-stemming for some cuvees, doing pre-fermentation cold soaks when
required and mixing the length of the barrel ageing, particularly after the first year, depending on the vintage and the quality of the
fruit. Extraction for his reds is achieved by gentle pump over and the occasional déléstage and skin contact is limited usually limited to
the length of the alcoholic fermentation.
Much of his success however is not due to the brilliance of his wines from the famous appellation of Côte-Rôtie but rather to his
exploration and development of hitherto unfashionable and long ignored areas of Vin de Pays in the Northern Rhône. The huge
following for his wines from the six hectare La Rosine vineyard situated between Côte-Rôtie and Condrieu has subsequently
encouraged many other growers in the area to seek out similar types of land for planting. After recent purchases the domaine’s vineyard
holdings now cover just over 12 ha. three and half in Côte-Rôtie, the six ha on the right bank of the Rhône and one and a half ha in the
exciting, newly re-planted vineyard area of Seyssuel to the north of Vienne, on the eastern side of the Rhône. He also owns 1.2 ha of
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About this product +

Producer >

Up until 1982, Stéphane’s father, Michel, sold all the fruit to local négociants and only began making some wine at the domaine in 1983. All this changed in 1997 with the return of Stéphane after five years’ study in Burgundy when he immediately set about increasing the domaine’s size with the purchase of parcels of vineyard and unplanted land in Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu and Seyssuel as well as in the Southern Rhône on the Plan de Dieu. His years in Burgundy have heavily influenced his vinification techniques. Stéphane likes to ferment all the parcels separately, now producing 12 different Côte-Rôtie alone. He de-stems the reds depending on the vineyard and the vintage and whilst still maturing most of the range in 228 litre barrels, uses significantly less new oak than in his youth. He looks for tension in his whites, occasionally partially blocking the malolactic fermentation when needed.

Viticulture >

From a 17 hectare estate that covers Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu, St. Joseph and the Seyssuel in the Northern Rhône as well as vineyards on the Plan de Dieu and Visan in the Southern Rhône. The vineyards in the Northern Rhône are on very steep slopes, overlooking the Rhône River and with exposures that range from east through to south. The soils are a mixture of granite, gneiss and mica-schist. The grapes the Condrieu `Combe de Malleval` come from a steeply sided vineyard in the southern part of the appellation at Saint Pierre de Boeuf. The 3 hectares of Viognier are planted on granite soils and are 25 yars old on average. The vines are planted at a density of 10,000 vines per hectare and the vineyard work is done with manually with minimum intervention and the grapes are harvested by hand.

Winemaking >

Traditional hand picking of the grapes. Each plot is sorted separately duringpicking then on the sorting table before the entry into the winery. Direct pressing then fermentation in big oak barrels (350L and foudre) usingindigenous yeasts. Ageing of 7 months in barrels on fine lees.

Awards +

"96 Pts by the Wine Spectator 2021.
94 Pts by Jeb Dunnuck.
91 Pts by Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate 2018."

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