Gigondas La Cave

Domaine Saint-Damien

Les Souteyrades Gigondas Red Rhone Blend 2015

Such a wonderful wine! Could rival various CdPs and remains elegant in its expression. Great QPR — 7 hours ago

Elise Zandbergen-Haverkamp
with Elise
Rene, vinokeeno and 9 others liked this

Domaine de Piaugier

Gigondas Red Rhone Blend 2018

Really enjoyed it, has a chiantiesque vibe that’s hard to describe, full body — 5 days ago

Far Niente Winery

Cave Collection Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

Drinking the 2013 in 2022. Wonderful big bouquet. Rich oak notes and deep dark fruit. Smooth flavor from start to finish! Well balanced flavors. Slightly earthy with oaky notes. Tart cherry and dark ripe fruit to start with a very smooth finish. Love it!!!! — 10 days ago


Les Couventines

 Flavors of dark fruit and spice with a little tobacco box — 11 days ago

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Domaine Du Terme

Gigondas Red Rhone Blend 2019

Tasty spice! There are brambles and warm spice. Eventually, after drinking it for a while, the berries are coming out. And wait- roses too on the nose. Tasty for sure! — 5 days ago

Domaine du Grand Montmirail

Gigondas 2019

Drank in May 2022. Very nicely balanced Southern Rhône. Medium body with lots of tasty berry flavor. Paired well with a variety of foods — a month ago

Château de Montmirail

Cuvée de Rossignol Gigondas Rosé Blend 2020


Strawberry fields forever. Getting ready for this monster heat wave. This is delicious. — 14 days ago

with Jeni
Ericsson, Daniel and 6 others liked this

Domaine La Bouïssiere

Gigondas Red Rhone Blend 2019

2019 vintage. Poppin’ black pepper notes + more bod than a vast majority of Gigondas efforts. — 20 days ago

Eric, Daniel and 8 others liked this

Château de Saint-Cosme

"Valbelle" Gigondas Red Rhone Blend 2003

Big rich wonderful wine that tastes like a very good Chateauneuf — 20 days ago

Château de Saint-Cosme

Gigondas Red Rhone Blend 2001

Presented to me double-blind at Tasting Group. The wine pours a deep garnet with a translucent core and burnished orange rim. Some signs of sediment. Medium+ viscosity. On the nose, cherry lozenges, Corinthian leather, rich mahogany, old books, espresso, baking spices, desiccated flowers…like something that reminds me of my great aunt’s potpourri, and bit of umami. On the palate, the wine is dry with medium (+?) tannin which is well integrated. Medium acid. The fruit and non-fruit characteristics are confirmed. The finish is laden with dried fruits leather and earth. I felt that the wine was old with 15+ years of age and leaned a little more towards its fruit character than its structure…so I called Barossa Valley Shiraz, 2005, from a quality producer. But then, someone said 2012 CdP and I was like…”ooooohhhh, I like that CdP call”. But if that was the case, it would have to be older…from a great vintage like 2001. Well…I was on the right track. Who cares, this was an awesome showing and the oldest Chateau de Saint Cosme I’ve ever had. Drink now and enjoy. — a month ago

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