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Cotat Rarity
2019 François Cotat Chavignol Rosé

For many rosés, there's a race to drink them within the first year of release. In contrast, Cotat's is in prime form after 6-10 years of age.

A Pillar of Sancerre:
2017 Boulay Sancerre Monts Damnés

Gérard Boulay makes some of the most elegant, complex and longest-lived Sancerres. Along with Vatan and Cotat, Boulay is a pillar of Sancerre’s famed Chavignol region. Out of all of these producers, it's' Boulay's wines that I've developed the deepest fondness for.

Loire Rarity in a Stunning Vintage:
2014 Pascal Cotat Sancerre Rosé

No Rosé on earth ages the way that Pascal Cotat's does. Without question, it's one of the most serious and collected rosés around. This all adds up to it being in short supply. Allocations are typically a case or two.