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Arnaud Combier 2020 Chiroubles

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This producer makes some finely perfumed wines. This is a great example. There is certainly the texture and dry edge to be expected from a Chiroubles. At the same time, the wine has richness, perfumed black fruits and great acidity. The wine needs a little more time, so drink from 2023. Roger Voss

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