21 June 2018 News

In a nationally syndicated Chicago Tribune story, “12 Cotes du Rhone Wines That Offer a Range of Styles and Values,” columnist Michael Austin highlights the appealing and affordable red, white and rosé wines of the region. The writer picks the 2015 E. Guigal Cotes du Rhone as one of his favorite whites, elaborating on how the “pear, anise, fennel and green apple commingle in this soft wine, which finishes clean, with a touch of lemon.” A wonderfully food friendly wine, this is sure to please friends and family at your next summer get together!

Read the rest of the story here

14 June 2018 News

Wanda Mann, for The Daily Meal, has a conversation with Philippe Guigal on the history of the estate, his approach to wine-making and what, in his opinion, makes the wines of Guigal so special. After, they taste through some wines and Wanda offers this, of the Cotes du Rhone Rose 2017: “There’s rose and there’s really good rose! Guigal’s rose is consistently balanced, flavorful, and fresh.” Read the full conversation and tasting notes here.

8 June 2018 News

Men’s Health Magazine writer Markham Heid lists the top 14 wines to buy right now. Among them is Guigal’s Cotes du Rhone red and says “almost any offerings from first-rate wine merchant E. Guigal – starting with their excellent Cotes du Rhone Rouge” are definitely among the list. See the entire piece here.

8 June 2018 News

Today is National Rose Day and the team at OFF THE MRKT, a lifestly & real estate publication, discuss a few of their favorites. Among them is Guigal’s Cotes du Rhone 2017 Rose, which they note as “bursting with irresistible fresh red fruits making it a favorite among rose lovers everywhere.” Read the rest of their praise and the entire article here.

1 June 2018 News


Summer is almost here and Guigal has made yet another list of the top rose wines for the warm weather. Elly Leavitt of domino appreciates the low cost of Guigal’s Cotes du Rhone Rose 2017 and feels “This medium-bodied wine is perfect for pairing with whatever you’re grilling at the moment.” See the rest of Elly’s comments, and the full post, here.

30 May 2018 News

Marnie Old of lists her favorite rose wines at each price point. Taking the lead in the under $15 category is Guigal’s Cotes du Rhone Rose as Marnie explains they “are among the world’s most robust, delivering red-wine-like traits in a chillable pink package.” See the rest of her comments on Guigal, and the full list, here.

29 May 2018 News



We are thrilled that Tom Marquardt and Patrick Darr of the Capital Gazette sing such high praise of the rose wines from Guigal and Ponzi. For Guigal, “a perennial favorite of ours, the consistently good Guigal delivers fresh raspberry and citrus notes with balanced acidity and long finish.” Regarding Ponzi Vineyards, they remark “This fabulous pinot noir house from Oregon’s Willamette Valley has produced an excellent, balanced rose with a beautiful rust/orange color and generous strawberry and citrus aromas.” See the full list here.

9 May 2018 News

Food & Wine Magazine has listed its Top 30 Roses for 2018 and Guigal is among them. Jonathan Cristaldi comments that Guigal is “arguably the most iconic Rhone producer.” Read the rest and see the full list here.

30 April 2018 News

Every now and again an interview with a winemaker comes along that is truly remarkable. Here, Tom Hyland of speaks with Philippe Guigal and the discussion goes far beyond the basics. From climate change to comparisons between Cote-Rotie and Hermitage as well as the intricacies of the 2015 and 2016 vintages – which his father Marcel believes 2015 is one of the best ever – this article is truly insider’s knowledge. 

18 April 2018 News

Our beloved Cotes du Rhone Rose 2017 from Domaine E. Guigal has been named a Wine of the Week not once, but TWICE! Scott Greenberg at WTOP remarks its “beautiful bouquet of raspberry and cherry on the nose with fresh, clean strawberry and cherry flavors in the mouth” (see full article here) and Dan Berger of The Press Democrat adds it’s “a delightful quaff that works with almost any food.” (see full article here)