The Guigal name is synonymous with quality wine from the Rhône Valley. Made from 45-year-old vines planted amongst the round ‘pudding stone’ pebbles and red clay around the Papal Palace’s ruins and aged in large oak foudres before release. A classic with potential to age. A perfumed nose of blackcurrants, spice, black pepper and red fruits. Restrained yet powerful on the palate, well rounded with warming fruit and spice, integrated tannins and a long finish. The gorgeous fruit concentration allows for the wine to be enjoyed young, with game and slow-cooked beef, or aged for up to ten years.