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“It was the old vines Fonsalette, by Rayas, which is Southern Rhone, but a 50% Grenache 50% Syrah blend.”
“Although it's technically the 'second' wine of the famed Chateauneuf du Pape producer Chateau Rayas, some believe it is one of the world's greatest expressions of old-vine Grenache.”
“Jonny Valiant for the Wall Street Journal Chef Alain Ducasse Ten minutes—and a glass of 2009 Château Villefranche Sauternes later—Chef Ducasse admitted to having a bit of an "obsession" with Pignan, the second wine of Château Rayas, the famed Châteauneuf du Pape estate.”
“Instead of coffee breaks, Rayas workers plan their work around prayer breaks.”
“That is where Rayas approximately 1,400 agents answer phones for companies like Dell, General Motors, Barclays Bank, Microsoft, Coca-Cola, and Cisco.”
“It is only when Rayas contact center employees take time out that the differences between them and their Western counterparts emerge.”
“Rayas offices are not in the Smart Village but in a neighborhood about twenty minutes away.”
“Even the 1998 Rayas, rated 94 by Parker low for a Rhône, let alone a Rayas is trading at over $400 per bottle on the momentum of the vintage alone.”
“The 1990 Rayas, rated 100 points, has already hit $1,500, thanks to its amazing score.”
“Rayas Châteauneuf-du-Pape has earned worldwide attention for decades, and it will continue to trade up in future vintages.”
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