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CHAT ROZIER ST EMILION GRAND CRU 15

CHAT ROZIER ST EMILION GRAND CRU 15

Merlot, Cabernet Franc

Its Origins

Château Rozier is a 23-hectare family-owned right bank estate which produces traditional Saint Emilion from vines which are on average 45 years old. Grapes are manually harvested and owner Jean-Bernard Saby and his two sons are all oenologists who take great pride in the wines they produce. It is classified as a St Emilion Grand Cru. The vineyard consists of plots in 4 different communes and the wine is typically a blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc. The grapes are fermented in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks and the wines are matured in oak barriques (50% new) for 12 months.

What The Critics Say

89-91/100 Parker's Wine Advocate, Neal Martin

"The 2015 Rozier has a simple but fresh bouquet with crushed strawberry and cranberry scents wafting from the glass. The palate is well balanced with succulent red fruit, fleshy with good body. Delicious Saint Émilion to savor over the next 6-8 years." Drink 2018 - 2026

Regular price $0.00 $39.99 Sale

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Shipping info

Up to 12 bottles of wine or equivalent mls:
North Island (non-rural): $5
North Island (rural): $10
South Island(non-rural): $10
South Island(rural): $15

Up to 24 bottles of wine or equivalent mls:
North Island (non-rural): $10
North Island (rural): $20
South Island(non-rural): $20
South Island(rural): $30

Additional delivery fees for Waiheke, Chatham, and Stewart Island

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In December please allow 3 business days for delivery. Last day for Christmas orders is Monday 17th December at midday for non-rural deliveries, and Friday 14th December at midday for rural deliveries. After this date, Regional Wines cannot guarantee delivery before 25th December

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