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What I Want Wine to Be, Part One

Wine blogger Fredric Koeppel shared his admiration for Guigal in his piece, “What I Want Wine to Be, Part One.” The Bigger Than Your Head writer included the Saint-Joseph 2015 among a selection of four wines that are “exemplar of the grape crafted in a thoughtful and authentic manner.” Koeppel explained that the Guigal Syrah embodies, “a sense of purity, intensity and varietal character,” rating the wine, in one word, “Excellent.” You can read his full story and three other examples of wines recommended here


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    Saint-Joseph today is one of the most exciting appellations in the Rhone Valley, and dare we say all of France. The work by leading producers such as Guigal, energy from young growers, and recognition (really, re-discovery) of sites capable of making wines of extraordinary depth and complexity; of the same family as its famous neighbor in Hermitage, but with a distinct suppleness and elegance.

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