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Rhone Valley

Domaine Stéphane Ogier - Saint-Joseph - Le Passage - Rouge - 2021


Country / Region: Rhône Valley

Vintage: 2021

Name: AOP Saint-Joseph

Grape variety: 100% Syrah

Alcohol: 12.5 vol.

Color: Red

Capacity: 75 cl


Domaine rated 2 stars in the Guide des Meilleurs Vins de France 2024 (RVF)
Domaine rated 4 stars in Guide Bettane et Desseauve 2023
Cuvée rated 93/100 by our Committee!


Rooted in the appellation's finest granite slopes, the 2021 red Saint-Joseph Le Passage delivers a perfect Syrah. It's a delicate, elegant wine, finely spiced, with good flavors of juicy and fresh fruits, carried by soft tannins and perfectly integrated oak, with a remarkable violet finish. A unifying Saint Joseph, which delivers the quintessence of this much-prized terroir, the Committee's favorite, rated 93/100.


Hand-harvested, de-stemmed, cold-macerated in temperature-controlled stainless-steel vats, native yeasts, aged 18 months in barrels (10% new wood).


Dark, brilliant red with violet highlights.


Smoky, sooty notes


Fine and elegant with fresh, juicy aromas, this cuvée with its soft tannins releases a juice with perfectly integrated oak and a finish marked by notes of violet.


Decant before serving, between 16 and 18°C.

Food and wine pairing:

Roast rib steak and bacon, pike-perch with red butter, puff pastry-crusted lamb, heart of beef fillet with a full-bodied jus and local porcini mushrooms.

Cellar aging:

From now until 2028, and even longer for enthusiasts.

Stéphane Ogier is the center of attention, capturing with his wines the full spectrum of the finest expressions of the Rhône Valley. His top-tier terroirs, keen winemaking sense, and passionate spirit bring to life the most exquisite Rhône varietals, marked by robust intensity and juicy fruit flavors, reaching exceptional complexity levels.

Each cuvée carries this hallmark of dedication and excellence. The flip side: with increasing acclaim, getting your hands on these wines is becoming more challenging.