Product DescriptionWine Spectator Review
Lively, with a mix of damson plum and bitter cherry notes lined with sanguine and iron hints. An understated style, but this has range and is sneaky long, with dried savory and bay leaf details on the finish. Best from 2021 through 2032.
Wine Tasting Notes
Dark ruby red in color. The nose presents spices, red berries and delicate oak aromas. The E. Guigal Cote Rotie Brune et Blond opens with round, soft tannin that are followed by rasberry, blackberry and vanilla. Overall, the wine is balanced between scarcely perceptible acidity and tannins which add ageing potential and softened by long ageing in oak.