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2000 E. Guigal Chateauneuf-du-Pape
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92 Points | International Wine Cellar , January/February 2003

($29; 85% grenache) Red-ruby, a bit less saturated than the Gigondas. Highly nuanced, liqueur-like nose combines roasted red and blue fruits, spices and coffee. Rich, fat and seamless, with near-exotic ripeness. With even more buffering extract, this seems less alcoholic than the Gigondas, despite being a half-degree higher, at 14.9%. Horizontal tannins really spread out over the palate. Philippe Guigal compared this wine in style to the house's 1990.

92 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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PERFECT BALANCE
03/27/2003
by Bill Gray
CRYSTAL RUBY RED COLOR. BRIARY RED CHERRY LACED WITH SWEET VANILLA OAK AND SMOKEY KIR LIQUEUR NOSE. FAT, VELVETY, AND LUSH ON THE PALATE SHOWING FLAVORS OF BLACK AND RED BING CHERRY, WET STONE AND MINERALS. GREAT PURITY OF FRUIT, SWEET AND RICH WHILE HAVING A FINE BALANCE OF ACID AND TANNINS. FINISHES LONG WITH WAVES OF FLAVOR. NEEDS A FEW HOURS OF AIR TO OPEN UP THE FLAVOR PROFILE. I WOULD LAY THIS DOWN FOR AT LEAST 5 YEARS THOUGH IT DRINKS BEAUTIFULLY NOW. 90-93+
A Must Have!
02/14/2003
by Motley10480053
Open this bottle and let it sit for a few hours and the flavors begin to reveal themselves. A wonderful drink from start to finish
Great wine
01/20/2004
by BrianBackstrom
A very fine, complex wine I've found to be much better in the accompaniment of food than by itself. Great addition to any cellar.

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The Rhone's Chateauneuf du Pape has been one of the hottest categories of the new millennium in the American market, thanks in equal part to the nearly candied ripeness and full-bodied, chewy texture of these wines and to an unprecedented string of four consecutive very good to outstanding vintages between 1998 and 2001.
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