Guillaume Gilles

Les Peyrouses Côtes du Rhône AOC Red Rhone Blend

9.38 ratings
9.42 pro ratings
Côtes du Rhône, Southern Rhône, Rhône, France
Red Rhone Blend
Tomato-Based, Pasta, Salami & Prosciutto, Mushrooms, Onion, Pungent Cheese, Venison, Hard Cheese, Lamb, Pork, Beef
Top Notes For
Jonathan Wall

Sophisticated. Like a marriage between CHP and Cornas. Cotes du Rhone on a higher level.

Sophisticated. Like a marriage between CHP and Cornas. Cotes du Rhone on a higher level.

Jul 14th, 2021
Lyle Fass

Founder Fass Selections

9.5

Maybe the best Cotes du Rhone. Young but awesome nose. Deep, rich and ripe berry fruit. Grapey. Wow this is great and this is like a barrel sample. Wild berry. Big, deep, dark, muscular and so concentrated. So elegant. Stunning. Wow. Incredible freshness.

Maybe the best Cotes du Rhone. Young but awesome nose. Deep, rich and ripe berry fruit. Grapey. Wow this is great and this is like a barrel sample. Wild berry. Big, deep, dark, muscular and so concentrated. So elegant. Stunning. Wow. Incredible freshness.

1 person found it helpfulFeb 16th, 2018
Lisa Fried

Earthy with a lingering finishing. Lots of minerality and tart blackberries.

Earthy with a lingering finishing. Lots of minerality and tart blackberries.

Dec 28th, 2019
Ben Christen

Opened up really nicely

Opened up really nicely

Dec 13th, 2019
Matt Forester

Delicious Syrah. Violets. Licorice. Freshness with some notes of eucalyptus and mint. Reminiscient of premier Cotes du Rhone.

Delicious Syrah. Violets. Licorice. Freshness with some notes of eucalyptus and mint. Reminiscient of premier Cotes du Rhone.

Aug 16th, 2019
Doctor No

Exuberant nose of violets, dark berries and white pepper. Touches of cedar, funk and bacon present initially but seem to blow off. First taste was best, as it quickly became a bit thick and grippy, though I’d still call the tannins fine grained. This is maybe middle of the road - neither modern nor impenetrably rustic. For a big Syrah this is glugable now but I expect it to start hitting its stride in 10-15y, as there’s plenty of stuffing.

Exuberant nose of violets, dark berries and white pepper. Touches of cedar, funk and bacon present initially but seem to blow off. First taste was best, as it quickly became a bit thick and grippy, though I’d still call the tannins fine grained. This is maybe middle of the road - neither modern nor impenetrably rustic. For a big Syrah this is glugable now but I expect it to start hitting its stride in 10-15y, as there’s plenty of stuffing.

Oct 26th, 2018
Richard J Loewenstein

Richard had this 2 years ago

Richard had this 2 years ago

Feb 4th, 2020
Thomas BOURVEAU

Thomas had this 3 years ago

Thomas had this 3 years ago

Mar 9th, 2019