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Guigal is best known for his three single-vineyard Côte-Rôties, sometimes called the "La La wines." The '99 La Turque is perfection in a glass. Like E.T., this extraterrestrial wine creates a commotion as it lands; on the palate, it delivers an abundanc —Per-Henrik Mansson
This Northern Rhône-based negociant excels in the Southern Rhône as well. The '01 CdP from Guigal is an old-fashioned, full-bodied, traditional wine that seduces with its decadent game, saddle-leather, plum and sautéed wild mushroom aromas. No hint of —Per-Henrik Mansson
The Rhône has enjoyed success in recent vintage, as this collector's item from Chapoutier demonstrates. Amazingly rich, this ultrathick, ultracreamy white oozes with refined character of wet earth, mineral, citrus and dried fruit (plus a slight burnt rub —Per-Henrik Mansson
While '00 was a terrific vintage for red Bordeaux, the '01 vintage seems to favor dry whites and Sauternes. This '01 white offers complex aromas of apple tart, cream and apricots that follow through to a medium-bodied palate, with a solid core of fruit an —James Suckling
Incredible blackberry, licorice and vanilla character, with lovely and complex aromas. Full-bodied, with a solid core of fruit and a long finish. Goes on and on and on. Best since the amazing 1996 Montrose. Best after 2010. 15,000 cases made. Collectible —James Suckling
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