Wine E. Guigal, Cote-Rotie "La Landonne", 2007
Reviews of purchase E. Guigal, Cote-Rotie "La Landonne", 2007
The wine is dark purple, almost black color.
The wine has a rich, rich, concentrated flavors with excellent tannin structure and a long finish.
The aroma of wine felt shades of dark berries, liquorice and oriental spices.
The wine goes well with game, red meats and cheeses.
Wine Côte Rôtie "La Landon" has repeatedly received the highest score of 100 points in the rankings famous wine critics.
"Cote-Rotie" La Landonne "2007 - the perfect wine Monster opaque almost black berries that are vinified is not separated from the ridges, shows aromas of camphor, incense, balsamic shades of blackberry, black currant and essential oils, thin graphite mineral notes. The wine stunningly rich, full flavor and long aftertaste, aged 4-5 years in the cellar can be stored even 40-50 years. It is recommended to use from 2015 to 2065. "- Robert Parker, Wine Advocate # 193, February 2011.
Etienne Guigal founded his winery, known around the world today, in 1946, in the old village Ampyui. Son of Etienne Marcel Guigal, began to help his father and work at the winery at a fairly young age, eventually succeeding his older, suddenly blinded father. Marseille invested in the family business not only all his strength, but also the soul. Today, 29-year-old son Marcel - Philippe Guigal family winemaking tradition continues. He served as chief enologist of "Guigal" and has 3 degrees. Speaking about it, Robert Parker said that over the past 20 years have not seen such a winemaker who is so fanatically cares about the quality of its wines. His word is not an exaggeration: the current owner of Guigal - a real perfectionist, and this feature helps it to produce a number of truly great wines. Philip faithful to the traditions laid down by his grandfather Etienne, and withstands wine for a longer period than other manufacturers Rhone Valley. Thus, the elite wine "Guigal, Cote-Rotie" spends in oak barrels for 36 to 42 months. Striving for perfection led Philip to install new equipment at the winery and build a new cellar.
The company owns Guigal truly unique vineyards - the oldest in France, planted more than 2,400 years ago. Another feature of vines is that some of them are located on the 65-degree slope and processed manually. In addition, for protection against insects are used only environmentally friendly methods so produced wine most clearly reflect the diversity of soils Rhone Valley.