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Guigal Cote Rotie 'La Mouline' 2012-Wine

Guigal Cote Rotie 'La Mouline' 2012

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France / 750ML
Red fruits, blackberry and floral aromas of vio- let. The wine is silky, velvety and voluptuous, with intense aromatics. An oustanding wine to enjoy with exceptional meals, especially game birds.

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - 98 Points
Possessing slightly more purity (but maybe not the complexity) than the 2011, the 2012 Cote Rotie la Mouline offers a heavenly perfume of cured meats, pecking duck, violets and cassis. This flows to a full-bodied, seamless, absolutely hedonistic Cote Rotie that has good acidity, ripe, polished tannin and a great finish. Of the three single parcel Cote Roties, it’s the most approachable, but will still drink beautifully for three decades or more.
Range: 96-98
Wine Spectator - 96 Points
This has a brooding feel, with layers of warm tobacco leaf, roasted alder and juniper, and sweet tapenade leading the way, backed by a dense core of macerated plum, black currant and raspberry fruit. The long, smoldering finish shows terrific latent grip. Best from 2018 through 2030.

James Suckling - 95 Points
Super peppery, very, very concentrated and immaculately fragrant Côte-Rôtie here. There's plenty of oak in the mix, too. It shows entrancing brown-spice aromas across red plums and darker black fruits. The palate's layered, smooth and supple, pitching concentrated flavors against precise, dense and very powerful tannin. Finishes on a smooth edge as its softens slightly, leaving a trail of spiced-custard and dark-plum flavours. Exceptional wine. Drink 2020-2030.
$499.99
$499.99
Red fruits, blackberry and floral aromas of vio- let. The wine is silky, velvety and voluptuous, with intense aromatics. An oustanding wine to enjoy with exceptional meals, especially game birds.

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - 98 Points
Possessing slightly more purity (but maybe not the complexity) than the 2011, the 2012 Cote Rotie la Mouline offers a heavenly perfume of cured meats, pecking duck, violets and cassis. This flows to a full-bodied, seamless, absolutely hedonistic Cote Rotie that has good acidity, ripe, polished tannin and a great finish. Of the three single parcel Cote Roties, it’s the most approachable, but will still drink beautifully for three decades or more.
Range: 96-98
Wine Spectator - 96 Points
This has a brooding feel, with layers of warm tobacco leaf, roasted alder and juniper, and sweet tapenade leading the way, backed by a dense core of macerated plum, black currant and raspberry fruit. The long, smoldering finish shows terrific latent grip. Best from 2018 through 2030.

James Suckling - 95 Points
Super peppery, very, very concentrated and immaculately fragrant Côte-Rôtie here. There's plenty of oak in the mix, too. It shows entrancing brown-spice aromas across red plums and darker black fruits. The palate's layered, smooth and supple, pitching concentrated flavors against precise, dense and very powerful tannin. Finishes on a smooth edge as its softens slightly, leaving a trail of spiced-custard and dark-plum flavours. Exceptional wine. Drink 2020-2030.

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