Côte-Rôtie Brune et Blonde 2017, Guigal

Land:
Frankrig
Servering:
15-17 °C
Område:
Rhone
Gemmepotentiale:
2021-2029
Alkohol:
13 %
Lagring: 
Små fade
Velegnet til: 
Lam, Løbende vildt og Oksekød
495,-
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    Côte-Rôtie Brune et Blonde 2017, Guigal

    Syrah fra det Nordlige Rhônes mest berømte appellation Côte Rôtie tilsat en anelse Viognier. Fadlagret 36 måneder på små fade lavet af Guigals egen bødker.

    Klassisk Nordrhone næse med mørke bær, sorte oliven, violer og en anelse røget bacon og hængt kød. Intens smag med dyb moden mørk frugt, som slutter af med lakrids, sorte oliven og peber.

    Flot madvin til kraftige og rustikke kødretter med oksekød eller løbende vildt, spiller godt sammen med elementer som peber, sorte oliven, bacon og friske krydderurter som timian og rosmarin.

  • Producenten
    Guigal, Côtes du Rhône

    Guigal er verdens bedste vinmager iflg. den amerikanske presse. Vi er DK's ældste importør af Guigal og har importeret rødvinene med stor succes siden 1988. Kongen af Côte Rôtie og den største jordbesidder i det nordlige Rhône. Mest kendt for de røde vine, men laver en bred vifte af spændende kvalitetshvidvine.

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    90-92 p. Wine Advocate (årgang 2017)

    Hints of almond paste and vanilla accent red cherries and raspberries on the nose of the 2017 Cote Rotie Brune et Blonde. It's medium-bodied, crisp and crunchy yet finishes ripe and silky. It's another classic vintage that should drink well young yet be capable of up to a decade of cellaring. - Joe Czerwinski

    92 p. Vinous

    Opaque ruby. Lively and focused on the nose, displaying fresh cherry, blackberry and floral scents and deeper suggestions of pipe tobacco, olive and licorice. Juicy cherry and dark berry and salty olive paste flavors show very good delineation, and a hint of candied flowers emerges on the back half. Fine-grained tannins build slowly on an impressively long, sweet finish that leaves a suggestion of cherry cola behind. - Josh Raynolds

    17 p. JancisRobinson.com

    Round blackberry aromas – smells very ripe. Leathery but light and racy. Not big and bold but true to Côte Rôtie classicism. This should please traditionalists. Chewy. - Jancis Robinson MW

    93 p. The Wine Advocate (2010)

    A wine I reviewed earlier this year, the 2010 Cote Rotie Brune et Blonde is a stunning Cote Rotie. Made from 96% Syrah and 4% Viognier and aged in equal parts new and once used barrels, it’s medium to full-bodied, elegant and seamless, with rocking notes of raspberries, peppered bacon, coffee bean and violets. Drink it anytime over the coming decade or more. - Jeb Dunnuck

    92 + p. Vinous (2010)

    Bright purple. A highly fragrant bouquet evokes red fruit liqueur, violet, incense and smoky bacon, with a zesty mineral overtone. Taut and sharply focused on entry, then fleshier in the mid-palate, offering pliant raspberry, cherry and floral pastille flavors and a tangy hint of blood orange. Finishes spicy and precise, with slow-building tannins and excellent clarity and cut. This was only recently bottled and while it's pretty tight right now it looks very promising. - Josh Raynolds

    17,5 p. Jancis Robinson (2010)

    50% of each is blended into his sample. Very heady and perfumed. Very complex and already quite expressive. Hint of Valrhona bitter chocolate on the nose. Very polished and smart and not exaggerated. Should provide a huge amount of good value fun. Luscious but dry. - Jancis Robinson