Cote Roti La Turque 2002 Guigal
€ 252,89 (in Vat)
|Condition||From Original Wooden Case|
The 2002 Cote Rotie La Turque, which includes 7% Viognier, reveals a deeper ruby/purple color along with a sweet bouquet of graphite, acacia flowers, black currants, and notions of meat and truffle. Fruity, soft, round, and substantial, it can be drunk over the next 10-12 years.
Marcel and Philippe Guigal, never content to rest on their already impressive credentials, announced that in the future, they expect to release another single vineyard Cote Rotie from a 3.7 acre parcel in the Viria vineyard on the Cote Brune. The first vintage or two will probably be added to the Chateau d’Ampuis. If the potential turns out to be as exceptional as they believe, lovers of these great wines will have a fourth single vineyard Cote Rotie called Viria to contemplate.
Winespectator / James Suckling (94)
Tight, with a well-integrated structure holding the mineral, vanilla, sandalwood, plum and cherry notes at bay for now. Yet it's finely assembled, with great length for the vintage, and should age easily.