E. Guigal (guigal.com) posts the results of the BWW competition for best 2009 French red wine of the world, E.Guigal’s La Landonne (one of the three ultra-rare La La’s).
Cote Roti Syrah from France’s Rhone Valley, along with Romanee Conti wines from Burgundy, rank as the best red wines in the world for me. I am not a buyer of French red Bordeaux or of California Cabernet Sauvignon. And yes, I know that both are championed by many serious wine drinkers/collectors worldwide.
A good reading of Rajat Parr’s magnificent Secrets of the Sommeliers may help nudge you away from the French Bordeaux and California Cabernet Sauvignon camps. But maybe not …
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