GUIGAL COTES DU RHONE 16 750ML

GUIGAL COTES DU RHONE 16 750ML

For a wine that's made in such high volumes as Guigal's famous Cotes du Rhone, this is a stunner. It's a blend of 50% Syrah, 40% Grenache, 10% Mourvèdre and aged for 18 months in large oak foudres in the northern Rhone, in Ampuis, where this humble wine joins its more illustriously regarded, higher priced siblings from Guigal. Long skin maceration time provides depth and richness to this dry, full bodied, soft red wine, which is made from vines with an average age of 35 years.

The 2016 is our current vintage in store and it's a stunning year for Rhone reds, with many critics rating it the best in the past century. 

We sell stacks of this great wine and every time we introduce someone new to it, sales grow even more. Thank goodness for high volume, high quality wines such as this, which shine a strong light on one of France's greatest wine regions - the Rhone Valley.

Regular price $28.99 $23.99 Sale

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Up to 12 bottles of wine or equivalent mls:
North Island (non-rural): $5
North Island (rural): $10
South Island(non-rural): $10
South Island(rural): $15

Up to 24 bottles of wine or equivalent mls:
North Island (non-rural): $10
North Island (rural): $20
South Island(non-rural): $20
South Island(rural): $30

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In December please allow 3 business days for delivery. The last day for Christmas orders is Monday 16th December at midday for non-rural deliveries, Friday 13th December at midday for rural deliveries. After these dates Regional Wines cannot guarantee delivery before 25th December

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