Guigal   La Turque   Cote Brune

2010 La Turque - Cote Brune

By Guigal

The 2010 La Turque - Cote Brune from Guigal, Rhone

Coming from the noble landscapes of Rhone, Guigal never fails to enchant, this time however they've surpassed expectations with the 2010 La Turque - Cote Brune. As wine connoisseurs and investors alike know, each vintage is a brief history lesson in a bottle and the year 2010 was indeed a remarkable one.


Favourable Climate, Consistent Complexity

Rhone in 2010 was fortunate to experience an ideal growing season allowing the grapes to flourish under balanced climatic conditions. Normally generous in character, the 2010 La Turque - Cote Brune from Guigal seems to have absorbed the serenity of its birth year, unravelling a symphony of poised complexity.

A sip transports you to the vineyard itself with ripe dark fruit tones that sing together in a harmonious composition. Notes of black cherry intermingle with hints of hickory smoke for an evocative bouquet that dances on the palate.


Investment Worth Savoring

Discerning investors will appreciate how Guigal's careful husbanding of the vintage reflects their commitment to achieving optimal value while preserving inherent wine quality. With time this vintage will continue to unfurl further layers of character—thus making it not just a pleasurable investment but also a remarkable archive of Rhone's wine history.

This is not merely wine but also an embodiment of Guigal’s perfectionist approach to creating vintages that stand as testament to their rich heritage. Imbued with Rhone's distinctive terroir and resplendent in its flavor complexities, 2010 La Turque - Cote Brune firmly cements Guigal’s reputation as one of the world's premier fine wine producers.

As the 2010 La Turque - Cote Brune ages gracefully, it will continue to serve as a profitable investment for those looking to capitalise on Rhone's pre-eminent wine making prowess and Guigal's impeccable standards.


Timeless Distinction in Every Sip

In summary, 2010 La Turque - Cote Brune from Guigal is a triumph of viniculture that showcases the essence of Rhone. For the investor or wine enthusiast, each bottle is a journey through an iconic year and a trip into the unique terroirs of this distinguished region. Indulging in this rich tapestry of flavours is not only an immersive experience but also a sound investment move, promising potential rewards beyond the sensory delight and sophistication it already offers.

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Both the 2010 and the 2009 continue to blow me away every time I taste them, and to me, these represent the pinnacle of Cote Rotie—albeit in very different styles. The 2010 Cote Rotie la Turque is a much more masculine and edgy wine that's going to reward cellaring. Its inky black color is followed by classic notes of smoked meats, scorched earth, licorice and ample black fruits. Big, rich, tannic and structured, don’t think about touching bottles until at least 2020.

Jeb Dunnuck - The Wine Advocate, 30 December 2016

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