One of the best rosés is Guigal's 2014 Cotes du Rhone Rose, which checks in as a blend of 60% Grenache, 30% Cinsault and 10% Syrah. Sporting a lighter raspberry color (this cuvee normally has a slightly darker color), it gives up lots of sweet cherry, strawberry, honeysuckle and Provencal herb characteristics to go with a medium-bodied, rounded, beautifully supple and textured feel on the palate. This is a classic Cotes du Rhone that has both freshness and texture. Drink it over the coming 12-16 months. Score: 90 points -- Wine Advocate, Jun 2015
- Eye : Clear , brilliant and fresh.
- Nose : Fresh with an expressive nose of red fruits and citrus. Notes of raspberry and redcurrant.
- Palate : Fruity, fine and round.
- Overall : A well-balanced and elegant wine.
This seductive wine has already won many blind tasting facing worldwide recognised and established roses. This wine is amongst the best examples of the Guigal quality range. To discover during this summer!