Guigal   La Landonne

2015 La Landonne

By Guigal

2015 La Landonne by Guigal, Rhone, France

The 2015 vintage of La Landonne from Guigal materializes the fertile essence of the Rhone valley with an astute poise that is both admirable and inherently intriguing. Diving into the logbook of Mother Nature, it was truly an exceptional season which carried promises of greatness within its sporadic showers and benevolent sunlight.


A Masterpiece Born from Exceptional Climatic Conditions

The narrative of this extraordinary vintage begins with the unpredictability of 2015's climate. The Rhone valley was graced with a warm and dry summer, mitigated by judicious showers which allowed for ideal vine growth. The excellent climatic conditions provided the perfect canvas on which the wisdom of Guigal inscribed an exquisite tale of oenological artistry using their globally revered Syrah.

The 2015 La Landonne expresses itself with a symphony of dark fruit notes, cleverly harmonized with vanilla and spice undertones. An anticipated hint of wild blackberry mingles with morello cherry to offer a captivating sensory experience.


A Vintage That Epitomises Wise Wine Investment

When it comes to wine investment, the 2015 vintage of La Landonne by Guigal is an alluring proposition. Though young now, it gravitates towards prodigious longevity, promising investors a journey through layers of character, revealing new secrets as it ages in the bottle.

The craft and finesse manifest in every sip testifies to the Guigal family's unwavering dedication to nourishing the Rhone Valley's terroir and creating world-class vintages.

Unique, intriguing, and only destined to develop more complexity with age, the 2015 La Landonne from Guigal may become the igniting spark in an investor's curation of standout vintages.

With its blend of prestigious pedigree, terroir-driven individuality, and ageing potential, it truly stands as one of the most attractive investment wines from the hallowed cellars of Rhone. A bottle of 2015 La Landonne is a testament to the art of winemaking, a cherished asset to any investor's portfolio, as enduring as it is enchanting.

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Impenetrably dense and dark, the 2015 Cote Rotie La Landonne is loaded with black olive, espresso and cassis fruit. It's full-bodied, rich and velvety in texture and nearly endless on the finish, yet it never seems overbearing or overripe, remaining vibrant and fun from start to finish. Right now, the tannins are prominent, giving the wine a dry, dusty sendoff, so give it a decade to mellow before opening a bottle.

Joe Czerwinski - The Wine Advocate, 19 December 2019

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