2003 Delas Freres Cote Rotie Seigneur de Maugiron
Syrah - 750ML

  • WS 94
  • WA 92

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WS 94
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, May 2006
Tight with dense structure and thickly layered toast holding the plum black currant coffee and mineral notes at bay for now. Gorgeous fig espresso and mocha on the finish with mineral and sanguine notes skittering in the... Tight with dense structure and thickly layered toast holding the plum black currant coffee and mineral notes at bay for now. Gorgeous fig espresso and mocha on the finish with mineral and sanguine notes skittering in the background. Best from 2008 through 2020. 730 cases made.
WA 92
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, April 2014
Dense and chocolaty, with notions of dark fruits, crushed rock, bakers chocolate and asphalt, the 2003 Cote Rotie Seigneur de Maugiron is 100% Syrah (mostly from the Cote Brune) that was aged in 30% new French oak. Medium... Dense and chocolaty, with notions of dark fruits, crushed rock, bakers chocolate and asphalt, the 2003 Cote Rotie Seigneur de Maugiron is 100% Syrah (mostly from the Cote Brune) that was aged in 30% new French oak. Medium to full-bodied, rich and impressively concentrated on the palate, with beautiful depth and a layered, seamless feel, it too will have upwards of another decade of longevity. - Jeb Dunnuck
Color & Type Red
Varietal Syrah
Country France
Region Rhone
Sub-region Northern Rhone
Appellation Cote Rotie
Vintage 2003

Winery

Delas Freres

Founded in 1835 by Charles Audibert and Phillipe Delas, the celebrated Delas Freres winery grows 30 hectares of vines comprising 10 hectares in Hermitage (including the Domaines des Tourettes estate), 2 hectares in Saint-Joseph, and 18 hectares in Crozes-Hermitage.

In addition to the grapes produced by Delas' own wine growing team, Delas' close relationships with like-minded owner-winegrowers ensure that the company is able to source grapes grown on individual parcels, which reflect their own unique terroir.

Exclusively a family-owned operation for over a century, Delas Freres joined forces with Champagne Deutz in 1977. In 1993, Deutz and Delas Freres were approached by the Rouzaud family, majority shareholder in the Roederer Group. They joined the Roederer Group under whose umbrella Delas' philosophy continues to flourish.