The rares of the rare, the Cote Roties from Guigal are some of the most collectible wines in the world. From the extraordinary 2010 vintage Wine Spectator scored this wine 97 points, and the Wine Advocate scored it 99 points saying: “E. Guigal Chateau d’Ampuis Cote-Rotie 2010 easily compares with the more expensive single vineyard releases. Seamless, gorgeously pure and seriously concentrated and full-bodied, it’s an insanely gorgeous Syrah that offers layers of creme de cassis, vanilla bean, creamy licorice, and smoked meat aromas and flavors. Still a baby, it needs to be forgotten for 4-5 years, at which point it should offer another two decades or more of longevity. Don’t miss this beauty!” It finished in the Top 100 Wine Spectator list for 2014. Very limited.